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  • 1. My own photos By shola welch
  • 2. Sharna HarrisonIn this image the focus is on the subjects bright red lips. As the eye is drawnimmediately to the lips. In this photo the model is looking straight at thephoto whilst pushing her hair back. Because then when you have looked ather lips the eye is then drawn to the top of her head where her hands are,which then leads you to look at her eyes. The two main features being thelips and eyes are the most prominent features of this photo because theyare the only two alternative colours. To make the subject of the photo standout i changed the aperture to 8.0 to make sure that the rest of the photo waspartly blurred to make it have a strong depth of field as the subject is quitefar away from the camera. The arms draw the eye to the face making thearms the leading lines. Because the photo was taken with a whitebackground the light is stark. There is a triangle shape to the photo as thesubjects arms lead you to the main focus. This image is 3 dimensional fromthe elbows up as there is lots going on, however, the lower half of thesubject is flat. Everything in this photograph has a very smooth texture to it,for example, the skin looks flawless, and the hair is slightly course. I usedthe Rule of thirds to make sure that in the middle top square was the mainfocus of the picture. I like this image because its moody, minimal andmodern. This photo makes me feel curious, wondering what the model isthinking. Also i was trying to give the impression of colour, thought, andreflection.
  • 3. Amy Donovan ‘Anyone Fur Starbucks?’• This photo is of Amy Donovan in a Faux fur coat and a Starbucks t-shirt. In this photo Amy is about to push her hair behind her ear whilst the fur coat is being pushed together. The title of this photograph is ‘Anyone Fur Starbucks?’. The title changes the way you see the work because at first you are drawn to her red lips and the green logo. But then when you read the title you realise that the main focus of the photo is the Starbucks t-shirt and red lips. This photo reminds me of memories with friends, sat drinking chocolate crèmes and coffee in Starbucks in the winter. To create this picture I changed the aperture to 7.0 to make sure there was a depth of field effect, as the hair is slightly blurred and the edges of the coat are too. I took this picture free hand, I was originally going to use a tripod but it worked better using free hand , as I could get the angle I wanted. The leading lines in the photo are the vertical lines of the coat that frame the main focus of the photo, which are the logo and the red lips. The light used is my camera flash, this gives the red lips a shine which draws your eyes to them, as they stand out because theyre bright. The textures in this photo are the softness of the fur coat, the smoothness of the coat, and the defiance of the red lips. i like this picture because Starbucks is one of my favourite places to go to. My favourite thing about this photo is the fact that the fur coat, starbucks top and red lipstick all work together to create an effect. This photo makes the mood calm and relective.
  • 4. Amy Donovan ‘I don’t want to grow up’The image is of Amy blowing bubbles. The title of the photo is I dont wantto grow up. The reasons behind the title is Amy is blowing bubbles, wearinga Ramones t-shirt and I dont want to grow up is actually a title to aRamones song. It is ironic that she is wearing a Ramones top and blowingbubbles which is described in the title of the song. The theme of the work isthat whilst we grow grow older, we dont have to grow up. The materialsused in this photo are bubbles. I altered the aperture of my camera to framethe bubbles and Ramones top, this creates a depth of field. Timing wasimportant in this photo so that i was able to take the picture of the bubblebeing being blow and the one already blown. The light used was the flashfrom the camera which caught the bubbles and the light can be seenthrough the floating bubble as it passes through. There is a lot of circulargoing on in the photo. The image is very 3 dimensional as the bubbles in theforeground reflect the light, giving a 3 dimensional impression. i like theimage because it depicts someone having fun, we associate bubbles withchildhood and play. It makes me feel happy and peaceful. the colour of thehair and t-shirt are dark, and the bubbles are multicoloured in contrast. Thedarkness is a sign of ageing and bright multicolours we associate withchildhood.
  • 5. Olivia Benson ‘My Melancholy Mate’• This photograph is of Olivia Benson. The title of this photo is My melancholy Mate. You would look at the work and from the title you would look at the sadness in her eyes. From her elbow up her arms lead you to her hands (leading lines) to the rings on her fingers, and you wonder what is the significance of the rings. Could these be an heirloom? Perhaps from someone who is unfortunately no longer here and that may explain the sadness. To create the mood I used Black and White photography (monochrome). This picture is my representation of jeanfur linked to David Bailey. Black and white photography is often quite flat but in this case it looks 3 dimensional. The texture of this photo is very smooth as there are no sharp edges. I like the image because it is in black and white creating a moody and melancholy as feel referring to the title. The story of the photograph is in the eyes of the subject, someone who is sad at the loss of a loved one.
  • 6. Olivia Benson ‘My Melancholy Mate’• This photograph is of Olivia Benson. The title of this photo is My melancholy Mate. You would look at the work and from the title you would look at the sadness in her eyes. From her elbow up her arms lead you to her hands (leading lines) to the rings on her fingers, and you wonder what is the significance of the rings. Could these be an heirloom? Perhaps from someone who is unfortunately no longer here and that may explain the sadness. To create the mood I used Black and White photography (monochrome). This picture is my representation of jeanfur linked to David Bailey. Black and white photography is often quite flat but in this case it looks 3 dimensional. The texture of this photo is very smooth as there are no sharp edges. I like the image because it is in black and white creating a moody and melancholy as feel referring to the title. The story of the photograph is in the eyes of the subject, someone who is sad at the loss of a loved one.

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