Category Archives: Planning A Photography Project

Planning a photography project visit 1

For this project I have decided to do my shoots at Bolton Street Station on the East Lancs Railway as whenever I have been there the history of the line and the nostalgia of the steam can be felt.  I … Continue reading

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Planning a photography project brief

Background The aim of this assignment is to provide you with a platform to demonstrate an understanding and proficiency in the skills and techniques learned in the Planning a Photography Module lectures, demonstrations and seminars Brief The theme for the … Continue reading

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Night Time shoot nov 5th – Fireworks

for our planning a photography module we were given the task of going out and taking a photograph at night time, i decided to shoot a local firework display from a distance.

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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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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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movement and motion

Weekly picture 3 motion to put motion or movement into a photo you need to be aware of the settings on your camera this can be achieved in two ways, by having a slow shutter speed to blur objects in … Continue reading

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Hyperfocal Distance

Hyperfocal distance photography is finding the point of focus where you compose the image to allow all aspects of the picture to remain in sharp focus, usually you will be using a small aperture for this of anything over F16 … Continue reading

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Planning a photography project

Planning a photography project. Before taking any images on a shoot, it is good practice to research your subject matter and other photographers for inspiration before you go out and produce the images. Whilst on the project you need to … Continue reading

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Levens Hall

  BA(Hons) Photography trip – Thursday 17th September 2015 Meet at University Centre steps at 8.45am Please bring digital camera and relevant kit including memory card and tripod if possible. Ideally, a DSLR will allow us to take considered photographs … Continue reading

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