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Double Exposures

After submitting my latest assignment my tutor pointed me in the direction of other people producing interesting double exposure effects. In particular the work of Francesco Paleari –¬† 551 more words

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Assignment 4: Real Or Fake (DPP)

Produce a photographic image to illustrate an imaginary book or magazine cover. Covers are sales vehicles for their contents, and so are often quite widely interpreted by art directors, illustrators and photographers. 1,843 more words

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Nick Turpin

My tutor also introduced me to the work of Nick Turpin:

http://nickturpin.com/portfolio/street-photography/

Nick’s style is very different to Valerie Jardin’s (previous post) as he mainly shoots in colour. 270 more words

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Valerie Jardin

I was unaware of Valerie Jardin’s work until my tutor pointed me in the direction of her website:

http://valeriejardinphotography.com/2wl3j0hihjcwwyj90o690pxj46umdv

Valerie is renowned for her street photography, which seems to have taken her all over the world. 295 more words

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Exercise: Addition (DPP)

For this exercise I have to photograph 2 images of the same landscape – one that has correctly exposed the sky, and one that has correctly exposed the land. 247 more words

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Exercise: Enhancement (DPP)

For this exercise I need to focus predominantly on the face and eye areas as my subject for manipulation.

I decided to use a stock image for this exercise as it was quicker. 236 more words

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Exercise: Improvement or interpretation? (DPP)

For this exercise I need a portrait photograph taken in the shade. I then need to make some adjustments to improve the overall outcome of the image – making it stand out from it’s surroundings. 157 more words

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