The aim of this exercise is to take a detailed look at what happens to a view as the sun moves. Unfortunately, I don’t think this has been very successful, because as sod’s law would have it, on my only day off in 2 weeks, it has been very cloudy, resulting in a diffused soft light with no/very little shadow. 412 more words
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The Lacquer Room (1936) by Grace Cossington Smith (1892 – 1984) is the focus of my second annotation of an interior view. It’s a slight stretch to see this as “early twentieth-century”, but corresponds to the time-frames of the two suggested artists Matisse (1869 – 1954) and Dufy (1877 – 1953). 1,590 more words
In this exercise I have been looking at the effects of Tungsten and fluorescent lighting when used as forms of Available Light.
The first part of the exercise is concerned with what we actually see. 934 more words