Week 12 – Showtime

This module has been very much a roller coaster journey for me in terms of developing my practice. Leaving my day job in may 2018 gave me the time and space I needed to develop a range of photographic methods. Many were very much new to me. However family commitments meant I was traveling significantly, […]

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Week 11 – Production 3

Additional photographic developments conducted during this module have been around experimenting with Astrophotography. A long held interest, but a genre that I had not attempted, Astrophotography for me was brought back to life during this module. Here I was introduced to Stephen Wilkes and his work on Day to Night as part of the re-photography and […]

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Week 10 – Production 2

Carrying on from the developments listed in week 9, I continued to look at other photography methods over the summer of 2018. Half in – Half out photography is now rapidly becoming one of my favourite genres. Introduced to me during the Positions and Practice module, I have looked to get more accurate at this […]

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Week 9 – Production

This module has been very rewarding in terms of learning around the surfaces and strategies that link to my practice. Most of my time over June – August was spent heavily experimenting and developing concepts around photography methods, that I had not attempted before starting this course – as well as refining existing ones. I […]

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Week 8 – Workshop Guidance

For more background on this post, please refer back to week 5 entries on workshops. For the purposes of this weeks work I elected to bite the bullet and run a teaching workshops in photography. This was in the general practice of photography for someone who has just started. The idea of doing this made […]

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Week 7 – Publication Guidance

The publication element of this module has been of great interest. Sadly due to family commitments I have been unable to take part in many of the challenges during this module – which has noticeably held me back,. Instead I have been considering, at length, ways in which all three surfaces can aid in my […]

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