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    • Colour photography A2 Level Photography07/12/2011 and 14/12/2011
    • Colour photographyAim: Understand colour photography techniques and artists.Objective 1: understand colour theory and how it relates tophotograph processing.Objective 2: research at least one artist that uses the mediumof colour photography.Objective 3: Process colour negative film and understand thesteps involved in producing colour film.Objective 4: Produce colour images intentionally constructinga narrative based on the type of colour(s) used (mood andatmosphere) for 14/12/2001.
    • Colour PhotographyTask: 15 minutesDefine:Colour saturationMuted colourComplimentary colourColour “gamut range” Adobe 1998 sRGB
    • Colour Photography Colour definitions. Saturation: “the intensity of a colour” Pure hues containing, theoretically, no white, black, grey or complementary colours. Muted: “dull” Hues containing more or less grey, or of their complementary colour.http://www.paintcafe.com/en/couleur/langage/vocabulaire/
    • Colour PhotographyAnalysing colour in images. Poppy Field, Claude Monet
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Analyse the following photographers: • ANALYSE: describe the type of colours used in their compositions. • INFER: describe the mood and feel/emotions conveyed in the imagery. • SYNTHESISE suggest how you might reproduce their work • WHERE POSSIBLE REFLECT ON THE INTENDED PURPOSE OF THE IMAGES..(CONTEXTUAL STUDY) Group 1: Nadav Kander Group 2: David laChapelle Group 3: Richard Billingham Group 4: Martin Parr
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.David La Chapelle
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.David La Chapelle
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.David La Chapelle
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Nadav Kander
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Nadav Kander
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Nadav Kander
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Nadav Kander
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Richard Billingham
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Richard Billingham
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Richard Billingham
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Martin Parr
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Martin Parr
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Martin Parr
    • Colour PhotographyColour and Emotion.Homework One (by 14/12/2011).FILM PROCESSING. Plan to photograph using a film SLR camera andcolour C41 film Bring in undeveloped film for processing on the 14/12/2011Homework Two (by 14/12/2011).COLOUR AND EMOTION. Record images based on landscape orportraiture using either a film a digital camera. •Select a film type appropriate to the intended mood/emotion you wish to convey •Use Photoshop to create the intended mood of the final images. •CREATE AT LEAST 3 FINAL PRINTS IN COLOUR TO A MINIMUM A5 SIZE (24/11/2010).
    • Colour PhotographyErnst Haas La Suerte De Capa, © Ernst Haas
    • Colour PhotographyErnst Haas Red Tulips Japan, Dye Transfer Print, 1980 © Ernst Haas
    • Colour PhotographyWilliam Eggleston Greenwood, Mississippi, 1973. William Eggleston.
    • Colour PhotographyWilliam Eggleston From William Eggleston 5 x7, © William Eggleston.
    • Colour PhotographyWilliam Eggleston Webb, © William Eggleston.
    • Colour PhotographyMert Alas & Marcus Piggot Its a rave Dave, Pop Magazine 2007
    • Colour PhotographyTheory In 1666 Isaac Newton discovered that light comprised a spectrum of colours.
    • Colour Photography TheoryRGB colour theory (addativecolour theory).1807 Young’s theory proposed that theeye was sensitive to only three forms oflight.The brain blends these three primarycoloursAll the colours we see are obtained from ablend of two or more primary colours.
    • Colour Photography TheoryCMYK process colour.All of the colors in the printable portion of thecolor spectrum can be achieved by overlapping"tints" of cyan, magenta, yellow and black inks. http://ieng9.ucsd.edu/~jbwilson/CSE3/Lab2/ColorModels.htm
    • Colour Photography TheoryColour Negative film
    • Colour Photography TheoryColour negative film Yellow dye magenta dye cyan dye
    • Colour Photography TheoryColour negative filmColour negative film when printedproduces a positive print…