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    Alice in wonderland photoshoot 1  contact sheet Alice in wonderland photoshoot 1 contact sheet Document Transcript

    • Paige Ward Horror Alice In Wonderland Photoshoot Contact Sheet: Photoshoot 1 The photographs in my contact sheet are off my first horror Alice in Wonderland Photoshoot, the ones circled are my favourite photographs and are the ones which I am planning on working future on in Photoshop. I’ve chosen this photograph because I like the angle and it’s different to majority of my photographs because it isn’t a portraiture photograph. It also has a good depth of field. I’ve chosen this photograph because I think the angle works well on a slant and it also has the ‘Alice in Wonderland film look’ because Alice looks lost and she does at the start of the film. I think this would be a good photograph to edit. I’ve chosen this photograph because it makes the theme/genre I’ve added to Alice in Wonderland obvious (horror.) It also shows who the ‘killer’ is meant to be, I think the background and angle of this photograph works well. I’ve chosen this photograph because I like the angle and it’s different to majority of my photographs because it isn’t a portraiture photograph.
    • Paige Ward Horror Alice In Wonderland Photoshoot Contact Sheet: Photoshoot 1 I wanted to get some photographs with all the models in together, instead of doing this in a complicate way I found a bench and got them to sit/stand like this. I think this photograph works well and could be easily edited. I think the straight ahead photographs of the models works well, even though it is a simple angle I think the photograph works well and I’m planning on editing these in Photoshop. I think B&W or a filter would look good on these two photographs. Instead of just doing portraiture photographs I wanted to get some of the props because I’ve saw some good angled prop photographs from professional photographers while doing my research. I think this photograph works well because of the background/setting and the depth of field. This photograph shows Alice is lost in the ‘wonderland’, I like the angle (from behind) of this photograph, I think this photograph would look good slightly blurred in the back ground and in B&W, or even with a filter to make it bright. This angle/ shot is in all the books and films of Alice in Wonderland, this is my favourite shot in both. I’ve also saw a variety of photographers who have done this online, so I thought I’d try it myself. I wanted to make it different, so I added a knife because it works well in the theme/genre ‘fantasy horror.’ I like the angle of this photograph and I am going to try and edit this photograph in different ways. I like the angle of this photograph and think it could be easily edited into a ‘dark fantasy’ look. I like how the actors are set out and I also think it also shows the horror theme/genre in the shoot.
    • Paige Ward Horror Alice In Wonderland Photoshoot Contact Sheet: Photoshoot 1 I did this shot with the ‘killer rabbit’ in the shoot and I thought it looked really well so I tried it with Alice. I like the angle in these two photographs and I think it shows how she is lost/ looking at the tea party or even hiding from someone. I think these would be good to edit on Photoshop with a dark fantasy look. I like the angle and depth of field in this photograph. I tried to include two different photograph techniques and I think this has worked well (depth of field and leading lines.) It also shows the tea party and who’s tea party it is to the audience. I think this photograph help tells the story and it looks like the start because they’re all stood/sat around at the ‘tea party’. I think this photograph looks good as a straight ahead photograph and would look good with a filter on. I like the ‘straight ahead’ angle of this photograph because it’s not a simple straight ahead, it looks like it could have been cropped into how the model is in the photograph, but it was taken like this and I think it works well.