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Printing and mounting for exam

  1. 1. PresentationIdeas of how to mount your work
  2. 2. Amount of images you Print• This is up to you, but the less you print the higher in quality they should be.• For example in it’s resolution, camera skills, content, clarity, lighting etc.• You can print and mount in various ways.
  3. 3. Size and Scale of your images• Best images could be printed big.• Other not so good images could be printed and grouped together.• You can try a variation of size and scale.• Think of what works with your ideas/exam question/what you’ve shot.
  4. 4. Sequencing• Colour as a unifying element• What images speak to each other/work well together?
  5. 5. Photo Cubes
  6. 6. Online Presentation•
  7. 7. Make a website to showcase your exam work
  8. 8. Audio and Photography Slideshows•
  9. 9. • Very personal audio and text• Detailed photographs about each person• A variety of photographs that showed different aspects of their lives• Music – suited the mood of the video. Emotive music• Images didn’t always compliment the text/audio so it became shocking, gave a hidden message.
  10. 10. Magnum Photos ‘In Essays’•
  11. 11. Briony Campbell – movingimage, audio and photographs Video
  12. 12. Small Groups of images• Putting images together – what works well together? Images should relate to one another (in theme and/or how they look).• NOT about showing a range of different techniques together.• Size and scale of images – what can you do?• 2 - 6 images together.• DO NOT use full A1 mount board and clump images together.
  13. 13. Jonathan Worth
  14. 14. Jonathan Worth
  15. 15. Grouping imagesIf you want to group images together in a certain formation then you canarrange them, take a picture of how you would like it and print this (add toyour blog too) to go with your submission.This will clarify how you want your work to be seen to the examiner. You canalso number the images on the back in the order you would like.
  16. 16. Taryn Simon – portraits, text and ‘foot notes panel’
  17. 17. Matthew Day Jackson
  18. 18. Uta Barth
  19. 19. Suki Dhanda
  20. 20. Jonathan Worth
  21. 21. Corinne Day
  22. 22. Diptychs (Example of small grouping)Uta Barth’s diptych James Mollison
  23. 23. Joel Meyerwitz• Meyerowitz’s show at the Museum of the City of New York, Legacy: The Preservation of Wilderness in New York City Parks, 2010.
  24. 24. James Mollison – collaging of portraits
  25. 25. Triptychs (Example of small grouping) Zhao Liang
  26. 26. William Neill
  27. 27. Large Grouping of images Nick Turpin
  28. 28. David Hockney - gridsIndividual shots put together
  29. 29. I collect gingers’ by Anthea Pokroy Johannesburg, South Africa.
  30. 30. Student example – grouping images related to one another, looking at colours/theme as a unifying element
  31. 31. Abi Street – student example
  32. 32. Abi Street – student example
  33. 33. Mounting• Don’t just stick onto flat boards.• Here are some examples
  34. 34. Concertina Mounting
  35. 35. Books• Front cover – use a cover• Title, text• Captions• Photographs – how do you sequence them?• Can be spiral bound during the exam
  36. 36. Nick Turpin Book
  37. 37. Fazal Sheikh – using text and images effectively.• See his book online: n/start.php
  38. 38. Using Text/Captions withImages - Colin McPherson A41 project
  39. 39. ISIDRO BLASCO3D Sculptures
  41. 41. Sophie Graney – student example of 3D joiner
  42. 42. szymon roginski
  43. 43.  Syzmon Roginski
  44. 44. Susy Oliveira
  45. 45.  Maurizo Aneri
  46. 46.  Daneile Buetti
  47. 47. PERRAN COSTIBaggage series:The Baggage series explores and expresses those things in our life we hold onto. Memories, hopes, ideals.UV prints on glass, suitcase, wood, lights, audio