Monthly Archives: February 2012

Digital Techniques.

Within digital photography there are many techniques that can be used to produce creative and unusual looking images. Most of these techniques are also possible with film but digital makes it easier, quicker and cheaper to experiment. Bokeh: When using … Continue reading

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Friends.

These shots are a few images taken of my friends hanging around doing things that they normally do in their free time. My favourite images from these contact sheets: I took this image with the 50mm 1.8 lens on an … Continue reading

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Composition.

Rule of Thirds: The rule of thirds is a technique which can be used as a rough guide to improve the composition of a photograph. For this you divide the shot with 2 equally spaced vertical lines and 2 equally … Continue reading

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Gavin Watson.

As part of this project I am recording the daily life of me and my friends. Work similar to this was done by photographer Gavin Watson. Watson was born in 1965 in London, later moving with his family to High … Continue reading

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Snooker Photoshop.

      These are selected images from the snooker contact sheet which I have edited using Photoshop. I have used the level adjustments and the burn tool to improve the tones and shadows in the images. Photography wise I … Continue reading

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Snooker contact sheet.

As part of documenting life I am photographing my friends in their free time. Here is a contact sheet of my friends playing snooker in the local snooker club. The dim lighting, except from the table lights, provide a nice … Continue reading

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Elina Brotherus.

Elina Brotherus was born in Helsinki, Finland, in 1972. She lives and works in Helsinki and Paris. Her photographs show everyday scenes or activities but all have a strange, surreal feeling to them. Her photographs look half like documenting daily … Continue reading

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