Year 12 have been experimenting with Photoshop on their own photographs....check out Clair Lewis' dark fairytale smoke experiment below.
Use the link below to download the advanced crit study sheet. Make sure you use this as a guide to all written analysis. The more key words and technical words you use to analyse/understand your own work and that of others, the higher your mark will be.
Over the past two years or so there’s been no shortage of photography and short
films featuring the sensuous curls of ink plumes dispersing underwater. Yet
nobody comes close to the master, Italian photographer Alberto Seveso (previously here and here) who creates impressive underwater landscapes so rich in detail and color it makes me want to swim through my monitor. See more from his new series, a due Colori. ( taken from www.thisiscolossal.com)
Next Wednesday you will produce your own cyanotypes (sunprints).
Anna Atkins is perhaps the female photographer most associated with the process. She was a 19th century botanist who explored the process to create beautiful and detailed images of plants. The Rayographs and Photograms of Man Ray and Moholy-Nagy are later, darkroom based equivalents of this camera-less photographic process. Check out our pinterest board for inspiration.
This week year 12 have been experimenting with long shutter speeds and light painting. Here are some examples of their work...
Year 12, come down to EF12 during your private study sessions and experiment with your studio shots. Below are some examples from the group..
Tomorrow you will be using Photoshop to create composite images from your photographs. Make sure you don't move your camera for each image! Here is Sara B's work to help you gain a better understanding of the task!
Light & Lens Based Media
Welcome to the Light & Lens Based Media course, part of the Art & Design department at Ysgol John Bright.