The national geographic for me was more pictorial splendor. As Grundberg wrote. “For many photographers today, as well as for many who simply look at pictures in magazines and books, the photographs found in the National Geographic represent the apotheosis of the picturesque.”                            […]

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I have been told by peers and tutors that my work is fairly cinematic. Over the past six weeks, I have mainly been shooting with tungsten film and digital settings. I feel that the tungsten comes out very flat and does not give the image the correct lighting. I have digitally changed an image in […]

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I’m a heavy user of Instagram, I have three accounts running for different areas of my work a commercial page, a personal page, and film photography and now masters relating page. I feel it was better to keep them separate than bringing them into one account. I also follow three different types of Instagram users […]

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This week is mainly been looking into image and text relation, And if Handwritten text works better than typed text. Both are very powerful in their own right and could add to my work, As previously mentioned, personally I feel the handwritten would be much more personal to the imagery. It’s not only the relation […]

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After reading, Bright’s ‘Of Mother Nature and Malboro Men,  The main thing I took is how the landscape changes.  I’m not sure I grasped what she was trying to actually get across about the change of the landscape, but what I took from this could also be used as a metaphor within photography.  “Whatever the […]

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