Monthly Archives: March 2012

Leisure Activities – Dartmoor.

The following are photographs that I took on a weekend away to Dartmoor with my friends. Many people take part in active lifestyle activities, and walking and camping are very popular. Throughout the trip I documented our activities and the … Continue reading

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Re-touching Imagery.

Photo manipulation has been carried out for over 100 years. The first recorded case was in the early 1860’s when a portrait of Abraham Lincoln was created using the body of another man. In the early days images were altered … Continue reading

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Mechanic – Shoot 1.

For my third shoot I spent a morning photographing at the local garage. I chose this location as it is another manual job which has changed little over many years. The garage also has a old feel to it and … Continue reading

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College Skills Fair.

On the seventh of March Bath College held an event to advertise the college, it’s courses and career opportunities to current and potential future students. The event was held on the college grounds and as a class our task was … Continue reading

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Mobile Phone Photography.

As part of documenting life a mobile phone can be a useful piece of equipment. Since the late 1990’s camera phones have been invented and developed so much that this week in the news Nokia revealed a 41 megapixel camera … Continue reading

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W Eugene Smith – Photo Essays.

William Eugene Smith, commonly known as W. Eugene Smith,  was an American Photojournalist born in 1918. As a photojournalist Smith is regarded as one of the masters. Smith covered stories for magazines in such a way that a story or … Continue reading

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Builder – Shoot 2

The following are contact sheets from my second shoot with the builder. I conducted this shoot in the same way as shoot one, observing and not interfering. The images in the middle of the shoot are photographs of his yard … Continue reading

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