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Alteration

In the final part of the previous exercise I demonstrated a pretty clear deception of the viewer by changing the sky from clear to cloudy. This was done by adding the sky. 353 more words

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DPP1 Assignment 1 Reflection

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Student name Stephen Barney
Course/Module Photography 1: Digital Photographic Practice
Assignment number 1: Workflow

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DPP Assignment 1 Tutor Report

Open College of the Arts

Tutor report

Student name Stephen Barney
Course/Module Photography 1: Digital Photographic Practice
Assignment number 1: Workflow

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DPP Assignment 2 Tutor Report

Open College of the Arts

Tutor report

Student name: Stephen Barney
Course/Module Photography 1: Digital Photographic Practice
Assignment number 2: Digital Image Qualities

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Assignment 2 - Seeing Like Your Camera

This assignment revolves around high-contrast scenes, and demonstrate my ability to pre-visualise how my digital camera with ‘see’ a scene. ¬†This ability ¬†will lead me to produce higher quality images. 11 more words

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Exercise 10 - Colour Cast & White Balance

Find out how to select different white balance settings on the camera, then find the following different outdoor lighting scenes:

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Film or Digital

As you may have gathered from some of my other posts I now have the equipment to shoot film and digital, I still have my Canon 7D for digital work and I now own two medium format film cameras, I have a Bronica ETRSi that shoots 4.5X6cmm negatives and a Bronica RZ67 Proii which shoots 6×7 negatives, they are both lovely cameras, which were high end professional cameras back in the day, the upshot of which is that they have really superb glass, the sort of lens quality that costs an arm and a leg in modern cameras, the big film size is equivalent to having a big sensor which means you can get really nice Depth of Field effects. 285 more words

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