I’m going to use these two photographs and edit
them in different ways because I like the angle and
how they’re both close...
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Alice in wonderland photoshoot 2 studio contact sheet

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Alice in wonderland photoshoot 2 studio contact sheet

  1. 1. I’m going to use these two photographs and edit them in different ways because I like the angle and how they’re both close-ups. I also think they work well with the black studio background. ALICE IN WONDERLAND PHOTOSHOOT 2 STUDIO- CONTACT SHEET. I’m going to use these photographs and edit them because I like the angle of the photographs. I’ve taken it upwards from just above the floor. I think this photograph would look good with a filter and with the background blurred so it’s focused on the male model (mad hatter.) I am going to use these photographs because they’re like some of the photographs which I took during my first photoshoot, I also like the angle and lighting. I think they work well with the black studio background and also with unnatural lighting. I like the angle of this photograph and it’s like some of the photographs which I took during my first photoshoot. Unlike majority of my photographs I’ve used a close-up with the rule of thirds technique but I’ve made it too close for it to actually be the rule of thirds I think this works well with this photograph. Throughout the film the ‘mad hatter’ is always ‘mad/crazy’ and always has a weird look so in my photographs I got the ‘mad hatter model’ to pose with a certain look and I think this works well with the studio lighting and the setting. I am going to use these photographs because not only does it show the ‘Alice in wonderland’ theme but also the ‘horror’ theme. I took photographs with this angle and position in my first photoshoot so I thought I’d ‘remake’ it with a different background/setting and I think these photographs work well. In my first photoshoot I caught the cards falling down and other objects but in this I thought I’d use party poppers because it makes the ‘tea party’ look fun and I also think it works well with my theme. This is my favourite photograph with the party poppers. I took photographs with this angle and position in my first photoshoot. I thought I ‘remake’ it but within a different setting I also thought instead of catching falling cards with the camera the party poppers would look good.

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