So What’s This Really About?
Well, it’s about how Jane’s Adult Education photography class turned into a full time Fine Art Degree. And, it’s about how our home became an amazing place of Art & Heritage.
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THE SECTOR CLOCK This is our first ‘dispatch’ from former GCI Radar Station, RAF Ripperston. (and with John in charge, these reports may become a little more frequent than my posts when it was just Jane’s Blog. You have been … Continue reading
Following the previous shoot in the early Autumn of my ACP1 Module, the lead in to ACP2 which would be my finals, I knew that somehow The Submerged Forest would be the subject of my Degree Show. It had become … Continue reading
Ok, so there weren’t the flocks of seagulls that I had been hoping to find on a ‘Distant Shore’ for my Degree Show idea but I was loving the ‘day to night’ photography I was practicing on the Submerged Forest stumps, so … Continue reading
Many of you looking at these images might wonder if they are petrified trees; trees that have been turned to stone through the process of ‘permineralization’ . Certainly the technician at Metro Imaging in London, who did an absolutely brilliant … Continue reading
So here’s the thing. I’ve been at uni for the last two years, trying to learn as much as I can about photography – reality check – they expect you to know all the practical stuff before you get there! … Continue reading
In our lectures today, we’ve been advancing our techy knowledge and I’ve learnt how to link my blog up to the Group Facebook Exhibition page. This Blog Post, an update of our work so far,
After a lot of careful work, my sensor and mirror (and Lenses) are squeaky clean. I shall try to keep them that way using the tips I’ve been given.
Amanda Kat & I, Casterton Sports Day, sometime in the late 90’s
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d908uZZ2EnA For any of you who are curious to know more about Mirror and Sensor Cleaning, I have just discovered this great video – the main thing to be aware of is all the STRONG WARNINGS about how sensitive this … Continue reading
Today I decided to tackle my “image rejection” problem head on. I researched a little further with regard to having dust spots and blemishes on my images; this was the main reason for my images being rejected.
Examples of a test selection for my on-line library task.