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The Blog on an Alevel Photography Student Part 56


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The Blog on an Alevel Photography Student Part 56

24 Sep 2013 9:32PM   Views : 977 Unique : 690

Well today has been okay, apart from fire alarm going off in the middle of my photography lesson and being made to stand outside for half an hour, though it was really a blessing in disguise as it allowed us all to get out of drag of a lesson once again we where given a cover teacher as our actual now "acting" photography teacher was on a trip. So we where made to watch a documentary on David Hockney its interesting if your into art and painting but wasn't really ideal for me who only had 6 hours sleep and we where in a nice warm mac suite in the dark.. as you can imagine i had to try and stay awake. I think a few of us are going to ask if we can actually be allowed to go off and do our work rather than have it drummed into us about analysing work each lesson.

On a better note, i managed to take some photographs for my first set of photographs, i decided to start with movement in objects after one of my research artist did it, i did a bit of improvising as i don't have all the studio equipment, so outside in the garden using a a airer, a piece of wood balance on top and black throw on top, then my studio background as the back ground i tried to capture cards falling, think the neighbours must of thought "what the heck is she doing".

Anyway seen as we have to do photoshop ive decided not to edit them at home, so here is one of my photographs which is a work in progress.


Blog soon guys!

Tags: Photography Photoshop Student Teacher Alevel Cours


EddieAC 18 3.6k 2 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2013 9:29PM
Nice. You could also try a slightly slower shutter speed with some rear curtain flash (off camera if possible) which could help show some movement.

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