Monthly Archives: February 2012

Exercise: Your own workflow 1

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..Kate was my chosen model, and agreed to pose just as the weather changed and we had six inches of snow, making the garden unavailable as a location.  We waited for a few weeks and then Kate caught a severe … Continue reading

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Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2011

I’ve been to see the Taylor Wessing a few times but I have never really understood the exhibition. The portraits weren’t always interesting and needed at least more detail than appeared in the captions. The photographers were fairly unanimous in … Continue reading

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Bibliography

1) VARIOUS (2011) Postmodernism, Style and Subversion. [Catalog of an exhibition held at the Victoria and Albert Museum, 24 September 2011–15 January 2012] London: V&A Publishing 2) MARINOVICH, G. and SILVA, J. (2001) The Bang Bang Club: Snapshots From a … Continue reading

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Exercise: Histogram

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Low Contrast Showing the correct exposure, then one stop under exposed, and then one stop over-exposed. The histogram shifts left towards black with under-exposure, and then to the right with over-exposure. There is an incomplete dynamic range with low contrast … Continue reading

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