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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For those of you who have born with me and my terrible track record as a blogger, (not even including my lack of replies to readers – I have tried but know I have failed horribly), hopefully you may find … Continue reading
First & foremost I should like to thank everyone who saw my exhibition at Oriel Q and was kind enough to tell the curator, Lynne, their thoughts and/or write in the comments book. The feedback has been wonderful and I … Continue reading
Following my escapades in the ancient Lawrenny Woodlands I had a year to go before my Final Degree Show Module and had no plans to visit the Submerged Forest until then. However, fate played a hand and, following the horrendous … Continue reading
If you followed my blog last year then a huge thank you for your patience. I had hoped to be posting back in September but every time I started, I had reservations on what to blog (I shall explain in a … 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
Fairy Tale concept series – main Gallery at bottom of post. Cinematic – the first part of the module. As a quick reminder of a previous post, our cinematic brief
With just a week away
It is now just over two weeks since my last post
“All the Time – Life is Good” Quote by John the Gardener.
Now I’m sure you’ve all thought about this before but just in case you haven’t, I am pondering about this on-line library topic that I am am researching in my Professional Studies module. Just in case you have never thought about … Continue reading
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.
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.