The task of portraying something that can’t necessarily be seen using photography is a daunting task. Rather than photographing the subject itself, the subject will need to be suggested through semiotics (visual clues and signs) due to a lack of denotative elements. 838 more words
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I learned a great deal in this exercise. Although I had used both oil pastels and soft pastels in the past, I’d used the former largely on top of a near-finished oil painting that I was unhappy with, just to try and lift it (usually the picture was so flawed in the first place that only an incinerator would have helped). 1,053 more words
The purpose of this exercise was to explore different ways of getting paint onto a support, and a number of different tools were prescribed. I assembled these before starting with paint: first, palette knives, one of conventional shape and size and two painting knives, which had straight edges along the widened top of their blade, each set at a different angle. 1,210 more words
Use your camera as a measuring device. This doesn’t refer to the distance scale on the focus ring(!). Rather, find a subject that you have an empathy with and take a sequence of shots to ‘explore the distance between you’. 1,057 more words
As the event is not a large event it has not the typical clients as not so many are interested in minor league football but possible clients might be the team/club to cover this particular event or maybe to have some general pictures for advertising. 277 more words
The event I want to cover is a football match of children age around 13 playing in my hometown of Boden.
The reasons for that are that it is a good size event that is near in time and is probably providing enough variation in pictures but also the fact that there is not a fitting event before the end of August. 410 more words