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The RPS Journal: June 2013: Vol. 153 No.5.

Peter Hayes came to visit Exeter College and I was interviewed by him: he asked me to talk about my photography and the inspiration I used to make my work. 23 more words

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Church website for Work Based Learning

For my work based learning project that involved taking images in churches for their new website, I looked for inspiration from several photographers. The ones whose work I enjoyed the most were Frederick H Evans and Fabrice Fouillet. 38 more words

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Portrait Photographers for Work Based Learning

For my work based learning project that involved taking a family portrait, I looked for inspiration from several photographers. The ones whose work I enjoyed the most were Man Ray and Richard Avedon. 33 more words

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Press Photographers for Work Based Learning

For my work based learning project that involved taking images for a live news day at college, I looked for inspiration from several photographers. The ones whose work I enjoyed the most were Tim Hetherington and Richard Lappas. 48 more words

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Food Photographers for Work Based Learning

For my work based learning project that involved taking images for a new bistro I looked for inspiration from several photographers. The ones whose work I enjoyed the most were Hélène Dujardin and Rob Lawson. 46 more words

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Medium format film to digital

I recently took several rolls of 120 film and scanned them into the computer to then ‘tweak’ in photoshop.

Here are the results:

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Ethics and photography.

Ethics in its crudest form is about right and wrong.

Although a somewhat simplistic definition, it does focus the mind on core values.

Photography has alwasy been open to manipulation: in the days of black and white film, the early photographers found it possible to edit negatives to make their clients look more radiant than they really where: negatives were  ‘enhanced’ during the darkroom processes, and Ansel Adams, one of the most celebrated landscape photographers, used to describe the processing stage of photography, as ‘a conductor leading his orchestra’;. 276 more words

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