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    Printing and Presenting final outcomes for Portraiture Printing and Presenting final outcomes for Portraiture Presentation Transcript

    • Portraiture Final outcomes What to produce
    • Rotary Portraiture competition • Deadline is Tuesday 26th November • Need to enter 3 final images with captions and artist statement • Print and complete the entry form from: http://bedworthrotary.org.uk/youth-service • Everbody needs to email artist statement and final images on your deadline day to: jkb@kinged6nun.ac.uk • College to fund the best 20 entries • If there are more than 20 entries, a simple judgement will be taken on what we feel the competition will look for. • All prints for your sketchbook must be paid for by yourself.
    • Sketchbook – Final outcomes 1. 2. 3. Artist Statement 3-4 final outcomes with captions. Final outcomes need to be printed at least A4 • The amount is up to you, but the less you print the higher in quality they should be. • For example you need to look at the quality of the lighting, exposure, camera techniques (in focus/no camera shake) • You can print and mount your final pieces in your sketchbook or separately. If you choose to mount outside of your sketchbook ensure that you print your final images smaller (6x4 from kiosk for instance) for your sketchbook
    • Printing outside of your sketchbook This is a stretch and challenge extension task • Use a contextual basis for your ideas and include this in your sketchbook. For example if you create a book than make sure you research someone that has created a book. • Print from College as the print quality is much better. • Mount on mount board (available from Dario too) Label all final prints as follows: 1. Your full name 2. Block C/B/F 3. AS Photography portraiture final outcomes - 1/3, 2/3, 3/3 etc.
    • Diptychs – use two images together James Mollison, bedrooms project Caption is specific to the person in the image and • Colour pallet as a unifying element • Use images that work well together either conceptually or visually
    • Suki Dhanda Use of different crops, full length portrait and close up
    • Jonathan Worth Use of classic and environmental and different crops
    • Corinne Day Mixture of classic and environmental
    • Dorothea Lange
    • Fazal Sheikh Classic and more obscure environmental portrait
    • Book Create a mini book • • • • • Front cover – use a cover Whats the Title of your book? Artist statement as an introduction Captions for each image Photographs – sequence them in a specific order to tell a story or to maximise the best images.
    • Nick Turpin Book
    • Use text with images Fazal Sheikh – from the book Moksha: http://www.fazalsheikh.org
    • Moksha by Fazal Sheikh Fazal Sheikh – from the book Moksha: http://www.fazalsheikh.org