Media Studies Building
By Jordan Rivett
A low angled close up shot
This piece of textile work created by one of the
students, shows the function of the building,
this photo also complies with the rule of thirds
by not just covering the centre and going
quite far into the lower
corner of the photo.
A high angled mid shot
This photo shows an eagle eye view of what the
building looks like from another perspective.
This photo shows an angle that many would not
otherwise see. I like this
photo because it is a lot
different to all of the
others we took.
A shot with shallow depth of field
This photograph shows a lot of different things
in close proximity to each other, this is known as
a ‘shallow depth of field.’
I like this photo because
it shows a lot of different
elements, and captures
the feel of the art rooms.
Wide angled shot or wide depth of
This photo captures elements of the building that are
very close to the lense as well as others that are very
far away. This is known as a ‘wide depth of view’.
I like this photo because it shows the old and the new
together, with the new
Media block and the English
Block shown together.
Four shots which demonstrate the rule
In these photos, the main feature of them are
not always directly in the centre of the
photograph. This is known as ‘The Rule of Thirds’.
I like these photographs because they show the
College’s new building from a variety of different
A shot with juxtaposed elements
This shot shows two of the College’s main
buildings together, this is known as juxtaposed
elements. The photo captures a new era in the
College’s history, showing the College’s
aspiration to improve and
to move forward. For the
purpose of their students’
Shots which show texture and shape
These photographs show the variety of new textures in
and around the new building, in the first photo it shows
some plastic seating areas that were included after the
new building was built, for the
convenience of the students. The
second photo shows the metal stairs in
the new building, they help to make the
building look more modern.
Shots which show function of the
This photograph captures the most important part of
the building, one of the classrooms. This is one of the
main purposes of the building and it is vitally important
to students who are taking Media Studies as well as a
variety of other subjects. I
like this photograph
because it shows how the
building is used, and why it
is so important.
Shot which shows the position
(situation) of the building
This photograph shows the building and where it is in
relation to the rest of the College. This photograph
shows that the building is positioned directly in front of
the English and Drama building.
What I like about this photograph is that it captures
two different generations of the College, both old and
This helps to show the College’s