Monthly Archives: October 2015

Race night – High 5 autism charity 31/10/2015

I was asked to shoot this event by my friend Sarah Kiley whom i studied on the level 3 night class with, I immediately said yes to doing the shoot as i felt it would challenge me to work in … Continue reading

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my images used by others

Ramsbottom Festival https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1045873752098328.1073741836.201615233190855&type=3 Manchester Evening News Picture gallery: Your images of Greater Manchester in autumn – Manchester Evening News Even The Stars Music Blog Even The Stars: The Minx – Manchester Ruby Lounge – 23rd August 2014 Even The Stars: … Continue reading

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planning photography project 4 – Portrait and Histogram part 2

Weekly picture 4 Histograms (power point presentation) When planning a portrait shoot, the key differences between a pro and amatuer shoot is a pro will take control of the focus and the exposure, whereas an amatuer will not. using a … Continue reading

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Ramsbottom Festival

In the first week of my degree course, i had the chance to shoot at Ramsbottom Music Festival, hosted at Ramsbottom Cricket Club, now in its 5th year and attracting artists such as the wonder stuff, the magic numbers, tom … Continue reading

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Clone Roses

Through working in manchester and surrouding areas shooting live music events, i had the chance to do some photography at King Georges Hall in Blackburn for The Stone Roses tribute band The Clone Roses, also for this i managed to … Continue reading

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Portraiture & Histogram

using and understanding the histogram whilst taking images is a main key difference between a pro & amatuer photographer, along with being able to take control of the exposure and using manual focus instead of relying on the cameras autofocus … Continue reading

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Developing a Film

to develop a fully used film the following steps should be taken set chemicals up in wet bench ready for use place items needed in film bag – spools, film opener, film, reels, developing chamber, scissors once items are in … Continue reading

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Producing a contact sheet from negative images

Continuing on from Developing the film to produce negatives, the next step is to produce a test strip, then a contact sheet to do this firstly you need to set the equipment up on the wet bench, Developer Wash Fix … Continue reading

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Documenting a process from start to finish (taking an image on an SLR camera

The process of taking an image on an SLR camera A 35mm SLR film camera is so called as it uses a single lens to both take and view the image through the viewfinder using a pentaprism and mirror in … Continue reading

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Yorkshire Sculpture Park

having been told this is a good place to go to look around at various artists sculptures and installations, I decided to pay a visit on Sunday 11th October, spending 3 hours walking round the gardens and displays. unfortunately due … Continue reading

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