Learnt lots of great new Photoshop trick and strategies with the Centre for Creative Photography this term!!
As part of my Camera 3 assessment (studying at the Centre for Creative Photography) I produced a new series based on the Uluru and Sydney Harbour Bridge images included in this set. I deliberately played with the focal point, the figure/ground relationships, to create a unique (photographer’s) point of view … My Artist Statement: … Continue reading Seeing Part II
Many thanks to Alma Haser for the inspiration for this copy shot for my Camera 3 assessment at the Centre for Creative Photography. Our task was to select and copy a self portrait. I started with all sorts of ideas, but fell in love with this Alma Haser image!!
As one of my assessment tasks for Alternative Presentation at the Centre for Creative Photography was to create a book from my favourite Holga double exposure images. Taken in 5 states of Australia, these represent my favourites to date! I hand bound a book to display them – fabulous course, great place to learn!!!
Wandering the streets and suburbs of Adelaide recently … I am on a mission to play with B&W a little more than I have, to see what I can produce!
I love my Holga SO much that I bought a second one (this time ick green with a colour flash option – I’ll use that for a later post). Now I can cruise for clicks in colour on one Holga and B&W on the other!! Yippee. New one is proving to be pretty solid –… Continue reading Week 12 #project52 Holga Doubles
Last Sunday I took my Sprocket Rocket out to explore the Adelaide Night Markets on North Terrace. It was an unusually cool evening, so the usual crowds weren’t there, but the sunset was glorious and the photo opportunities for double exposed Sprocket Rocket images were great. Here are a few highlights!
My trust Sprocket Rocket had a work out in the early evening on North Terrace in the city. Interesting – but even with 400 ISO film, not it’s strength!
Finally!!!!! Some success with my new Diana! What is it about her that is SO hard??? Three double exposures and a neat entry door in the Garden of Unearthly Delights (Finge Festival in Adelaide). Nice – but third film lucky! Better go back to the manual and see what I am doing wrong!
My last series called “Seeing” had a number of great images that highlighted something in the foreground of an image, rather than the background. My favourite from that series was the post at Ayres Rock (Uluru – in the set again). In this series I have extended that idea. I selected a number of Adelaide… Continue reading Aessessment time again!