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At this stage of the module I am entering the final stages and working towards the PK presentation in addition to finalising the WIPP. Having been unwell for much of last week I feel that I am slightly behind schedule and I felt that this was reflected in my one to one with Cemre whoContinue reading “Sequencing”
This post exemplifies a range of cropped images as explained in my previous post. Some images are cropped to create a sense of being closer while other images have been dramatically cropped in order to create more abstract work. Below are some of the stronger examples in my opinion.
At this stage of the module I have been reviewing images for some time looking for ways to further my work in alternative avenues whilst painstakingly trying to edit work into sequences. In my attempts to move work forward I decided to experiment with cropping images with the intention of seeking broader and more abstractContinue reading “Cropping Images”
Figure 1 is a visualisation of the arrival of my Dad to take me to a game. Usually 5 minutes late with only a general idea of where we were going. The journey wasn’t always straight forward. Getting in the car, I would sense my Dad checking me out to assess whether he thought I’dContinue reading “Preparation for WIPP”
In the search of trying to further contextualise my work and find meaning within my intent. I have conducted a broad range of contextual research, looking at the various approaches of photographers whose work resonates. An example of this, is the work of William Christonberry. For some time I have been contemplating his work amongstContinue reading “Contextual Research | William Christenberry”
In pursuit of getting closer to my project in an emotional sense I decided to go to the local cafe which is hugely significant in a personal sense because outside of the football realm, this is the place I spent most time with my Dad. Spending around 25 years sitting in the same small groupContinue reading “Shoot Gallery | The Cafe”