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The Blog of an Alevel Photography Student Part 25

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The Blog of an Alevel Photography Student Part 25

21 Mar 2013 5:38PM   Views : 680 Unique : 547

Well i am working to a very tight dead line eek!. I only have 3 hours to develop a film, create contact prints for my developed film and the one i need to develop oh and then print 7 photographs all before i break up from college next wednesday!!

On better news today i developed one film ready for monday, i also asked my lecture to show me how to dodge and burn and i attempted to dodge one of my photographs. It went okay suppose it takes a bit of practice.

I think some of my fellow students are really going to struggle as, soon as we get back 15th april we start our darkroom exams and all the work e.g. set 1.2.3 and evaluation has to be done by then and handed in! MAD! I don't see why we cant do that whilst doing our exam but apparently according to the exam board it all has to be handed in before.

Tags: Photography Project Darkroom Student Exam A level

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dudler Plus
13 468 909 England
22 Mar 2013 1:30PM
3 hours is tight - washing and drying cannot be rushed!

Dodging and burning is like any other dexterity process: impossibly hard when you first try, and gets easier with time. Mainly...

Myself, I'd always go for having nothign on my mind except exams while I'm doign them - though, to be honest, it's been rather a lot of years since I've taken one.

How about a little light photography, just ofr fun, over the weekend? Grin

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Would be nice but i have volunteering work, and the proper paid work and need to take a film in-between so not rest for the wicked Grin

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