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  • 1. Photographer comparison By Jonah Adshead
  • 2. Tyrone Lebon Tyrone Lebon is a photographer and filmmaker based in London, UK. He started taking photos and making films in his teens; at 18 years old he shot his first film, which was screened on MTV, and at 19 had his first work published in i-D magazine, London. Since completing his MA in Social Anthropology in 2005, he has worked on various film and photography projects. They have been shown by a variety of international broadcasters, galleries, and publications. He has also created imagery and film for a selection of relevant clients including Adidas, Nike, Stussy, Dr. Martens and I-D Magazine.
  • 3. This is a fashion portrait photograph that has been posed for. The image has a central focus of the subjects upside down head, with the “Stussy” logo drawn on his it in very striking bright pink that contrasts the other duller colours. The choice to have the image upside down and taken from a high vantage point is interesting and gives it a slightly surreal effect. Further bringing the focus to the head of the subject and the pink logo is the fact that it is the only part of the image in perfect focus, the rest of it fades out and is blurry. This effect is achieved by setting a higher aperture to lessen the depth of field.
  • 4. This image has been set up and the subject is posing for the image. It isn’t taken in a studio but instead in what appears to be a bedroom, this gives an extra interest to the image and allows more things to feature in it around the main subject such as the shelves and ornaments on the right. The model is wearing a school uniform but it has been heavily customised giving it a strange and striking appearance. The model is the main focus of the image being positioned in the centre and staring straight at the camera with quite an expressive defiant look, reflecting the heavily customised uniform. Further making the model stand out, the background is blurred and only she is in perfect focus.
  • 5. This photograph is a more set-up and planned one compared to othersbyLebon. The model is posing in the portrait, and has a bunch of balloons tied to his hair.This gives an interesting abstractlookto the image as his hair is lifted up as if he is hanging upside down. The organic circular shapes of the balloons contrast the geometric and neat lines present on the ceiling. The top of the photograph is quite busy, with a lot to look at, whereas the lower half only really has the model as the main subject and the background is very passive.
  • 6. This photograph is another portrait and is posed. The subjects are looking straight at the camera and don’t look overly natural. The background is quite busy with the very repetitive geometric lines and shapes of the tiles and window panes. This room looks quite strange and stirs up questions in the like what is the room and why are they there? The Natural light coming in through the large window makes the image very bright. This illuminates the models well and allows you to see them and what they are wearing.
  • 7. Irving Penn Irving Penn (1917-2009) was an American fashion and portrait photographer born in New Jersey. He worked for many magazines including vogue, his first cover being in 1943, as well as photographing many famous people such as Audrey Hepburn, Bridget Bardot and Al Pacino. His work still influences the industry today.
  • 8. This portrait photograph by Irvine Penn is monochrome and posed for by the subject Audrey Hepburn. The photo is high key and very well lit, and the artificial studio background is very passive, focusing all attention on the main subject in the centre of the image. The photo is well balanced with the central focus in the middle and nothing present on either side of her.
  • 9. This photograph is very bright with a lot of eye-catching colours. The subject is the main focus of the image and the artificial studio background is very passive, drawing no attention away from her. The high key lighting illuminates the model very well. She is posing for the photo and her body position does not look very natural. She has quite a blank unexpressive look on her face. This adds to her looking like a model, as they often adopt a blank expression, looking away from the camera.
  • 10. This posed portrait photograph was taken in a studio. The passive background is artificial and the lighting is very high-key, these two things both allow for the subject to be seen perfectly and she is in perfect focus. The image is monochrome and this creates a stark contrast between the subject and the background, really making her stand out. The repetitive, geometric shapes on her blazer also contrast the plain background further.
  • 11. This portrait photograph is posed, but in a more naturalistic way. The photo isn’t taken in a studio and the background is quite busy with a lot to look at. The flooring has a lot of intricate geometrical shapes on it and makes the scene look fancy and posh, this gives a certain feel to the image and makes it look as if the woman is posh or well off, giving the clothes a rich quality. The subject is posing but looks as though she could be waiting for someone or is listening to someone, this makes her look more candid and realistic. The low key lighting along with the black and white colours off the image creates a lot of interesting shadow and texture in this image.