This national identity assignment requires me to capture images of a few people in both a portrait and in their usual environment.
Category: Photographic Techniques FD1
A summative assignment involving the 5×4 camera to produce 3 product photography shots.
A formative assignment using the 5×4 film format to produce a black and white still life image based around tools and/or utensils.
A summative assignment in which we have to cover the run-up to Christmas with images of shoppers enjoying their high street shopping as well as getting shots of houses decorated to, some would say, over-the-top degrees.
In this assignment, we are tasked with getting a final photograph developed from film negatives that is either pro- or anti-toy guns. We need to create a powerful composition that ‘hooks’ the potential reader of a Sunday newspaper magazine supplement into reading the article.
This Photo Tech 1 assignment is titled “Fast Film” and is set to challenge us and our ability to use some 3200iso film in one of the Pentax 35mm cameras. We have been challenged to go out on or around bonfire night and get some images to develop that depict safe fun being had around a bonfire and fireworks. This post charts my work through the assignment.
A fun assignment for us to undertake, before we’d even got our feet under the table, was titled “Margin”. We were given a short assignment brief before being left to our own devices. Here’s how I got on with it.
In this task, we had to load film into a 35mm camera and take shots around Leicester. This was followed by developing the film and going through the process to get a final print.