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Collection of 1 persons GCSE Art
Photography Coursework
Mark 76
Grade A/A*
Close Ups
• It looks like small images appearing bigger
than normal
• You create one by zooming in very closely to
focus on a small ...
1. Use a ring flash or twin lite flash when shooting macro
Having the ability to keep the shutter speed at a fast 1/200th ...
• 13. Make good use of morning sunlight to
capture detail not seen otherwise.
• 14. You do need to be careful not to captu...
What 3 words describe any Macro Close Up Photography?
Detailed, magnified and intriguing.
Why is it important to have simi...
Miki Asai
Miki’s macro photography focuses on
the beauty of water droplets, and plays
with colour and reflections with the...
Niko Vass
Niko’s photography uses minimalism, bold colours
and careful composition to set his portfolio apart
from other m...
Corrie White
“I can make liquids dance!” says Corrie’s profile. And that’s certainly
true. These splendid high speed shots...
Juliana Nan
Her work uses lots of soft and pastel colours and give the
audience a feeling of calmness. I like her use of c...
Skulls
Used Filter-Stylize-
Wind-(Stagger-From
The Left)-Invert
Used Filter-Stylize-Find
Edges
Used Filter-Stylize-
Trace Contour...
Crop-Stylize-Emboss
In todays lesson, we took macro photos of items
located around the room such as coins and rope.
We even sprayed water onto...
Crop
Filter-Stylize-Find Edges
Extrude
12-5-15
14-5-15
Homework-Texture Macro
Crop
Homework-Macro Food
Ansel Adams
Ansel Easton Adams (February 20, 1902 – April 22, 1984) was an
American photographer and environmentalist. His...
Rinko Kawauchi
Rinko Kawauchi Hon FRPS, born 1972, is a
Japanese photographer. Her work is characterized
by a serene, poet...
Edward Weston
Edward Henry Weston (March 24, 1886 – January 1, 1958) was
a 20th-century American photographer. He has been...
Homework- Macro Flowers
Homework- Macro Flowers
Flower Classwork
Inverted Version
What do I mean by “framing” your macro images?
Making the whole photo fill the frame without any blank spaces,
List 3 ways...
Gradient used to
darken the edges and
make the subject
more vibrant.
Gradient used on onside to
symbolise death as the flo...
Turned photo black and white
before using exposure
Used tilt shift downwards to highlight the
flowers’ centre
Turned photo to black and white
then brought the contrast and
exposure levels down low
Inspired by Edward Weston’s work
Zoom Burst effect
Blurred the
photo put
duplicated
the layer
beforehand
and then
cleared it so
the original
photo shows
th...
Portraits
Formal – photos with purpose or meaning. Staged and the
photos have an content to convey a message.
Informal- a unstaged photos that capture the
moment. Sometimes the subjects are unaware of
the photo being taken.
My own caricature
David Hockney
I would describe his work sort off abstract like
and shows different emotions through his
collages because o...
Gwon Osang
His style is very weird and
odd but his sculptures are
very lifelike and three
dimensional, much unlike
regular...
Amanda Clyne
I like this artists work as I think her work
reflects mirrors and each photo layered
over the top of each oth...
Experiment using photo joining
Taking separate photos of the
same subject then layer the
same features on top of each
othe...
Transformation-Symmetry
These symmetrical portraits by Julian
Wolkenstein I think were made to show the
subjects “best sid...
When making the face
symmetrical
Copy one half of
the photo onto
another layer and
then flipping it to
make it a mirror
im...
Francis Bacon
I think his work is really
weird. All his portraits are
twisted and demonized
and no longer resemble
the hum...
Wes Naman
I like how the artists has
distorted the subjects faces
natural and without using
edits. I like this because the...
To create similar photos To Wes Naman I would
have close up shots of peoples face creating
different emotions with either ...
Pop Art Research
Andy Warhol was famous for his Pop
Art movement. The style he did was
layered and he did not contain his
...
Pop Art
Pop Art Finished Pieces
Typography Research – Pinterest
Words and Portraits – Pinterest
Faces Homework
Companionship
Sandra Eleta
Henri Cartier-Bresson
Dorothea Lange
My Companion photos
Landscapes by Henry Bedford
A forest
Snow
Ice/frost
Water
Reflection
Nature
Trees/sticks/twigs
Bits of greens
White
Brown
Cloudy grey
• Camera- tripod- aerial camera
• Photoshop
• Internet/ Computer
• Phones/Ipad
• Cable
• Apps
Clock close-up
Camera tilted
on its side
View through
window on to
a window
Close up on
computer
Blurred
background
Slight...
These photos all look like they were taken on
the same day at the same place. The sky is dark
at the forefront and lighter...
I have chosen these photos as a good
example of layers. The one above has
good proportion as it shows the sky
as large and...
`
Experiment
Hue/Saturation
Vibrancy
Colour Balance
Black and White
This photo is of a red door and slightly
shows its surroundings. I picked it
because I liked the shade of red the
door is ...
• I think assessment objective 1 means to better
understand things through research and see the
emotional and social side ...
Sophie Baker
Frederick Church (Painter)
Gustav Willeit
Mountains mirrored in the water
Mirrored
image
Manipulated
Natural
Traci Griffin
Manipulated mirrored imagery
Manipulating Symmetry
Own Photo
Mirrored the image
Flipped one way
Oblivious
changes
Subtle
changes
Erased Path
Added
level
Double posts
Double blurred
houses
I like panoramas because they show mass
amounts of space and land and can show
natural landscape beauty.
Landscapes are us...
Richard Silver
Fong Qi Wei
The photographer took several photos of the exact same place
but at different times of the day. He then made a...
Panorama shots
Use two layers and changed the colours of one
layer. Then cloned the colours into places I
thought would both stand out an...
• Panorama are used to create a more 3D
looking world in photographs, to make the
photo that is being viewed look more rea...
Worlds
CoaL MINING thing
Remembrance
Photos edited by ,me.
• Why do photographer use black and white
photography?
I think they use it to set a mood to a certain image. It gives a vi...
Ansel Adams
Without using colour in his work , Ansel
Adams make us look at photos differently.
Instead of looking for how ...
Zone system by
Ansel Adams
The Zone System is a photographic
technique for determining optimal film
exposure and developme...
Photos by me
T-Shirt Research
I would give myself a B for my work this term. I
tried use my own photos for manipulation but
most of the I didn’t. I did ...
AO1
GATHERING
AO2
DEVELOPING
AO3
QUALITY
AO4
RESPONSE TOTAL GRADE
YOU 19 /20 15/20 10/20 13/20 57/80
DML /20 /20 /20 /20 /...
Quotes
In this one I like
the filter and
lighting.
This is a selfie
taken by the
cast of the
walking dead.
Animal selfies
• I agree with selfies because it is a way
sometimes un-harmful way of expressing
ourselves. Its kinda like saying and exp...
“Parents are like God because you wanna know
they're out there , and you want them to think
well of you, but you really on...
• I think Landscapes are about showing a dense
amount of land all at once where no detail is
needed.
Experimentation using same place
different time photos (not my own). Using
tools to cut and paste to merge all the
times t...
By cutting and pasting different
section of the photo on top of
itself and then only inverting
certain layer the image tak...
Matt Molloy
Manipulation in
molly’s style
Molloy’s Piece
Black and White Landscapes
By layering a
colour photo over
the filtered image,
it creates a new
photo when the
layer settings are
changed
Use the elliptical marquee tool to
make a circle around the image and
then copy and past the inside of the
circle. The Nex...
By using Filter Gallery- Stamp
turns to separate circle black
and white. Then I merged the
layers so it was all one image
...
Variant using
different filters
Final Image
Architecture
Dystopian Books
Dystopia and Utopia
This piece was inspired by a book called The Giver by Lois Lowry. The book starts off as a
utopia but as the novel progres...
Homework-Looking Down
John Piper
• The subject of many of his painting include
landscape and buildings such as churches.
• The effects the painting has on ...
Hense aka Alex Brewer
Commissioned work for
Atlanta BeltLine
I like Hense’s work because he uses mundane
buildings that ar...
Inspired by
the work of
HENSE
Roland Halbe
Working independently since 1988,
Roland Halbe started out shooting
commercial architecture, but quickly
beca...
Connie Zhou
Zhou bases her angles on the
lines of the environment to
create stunning visuals. The
photos are normally one
...
Andy Marshall
http://www.andymarshall.co/#!/index
Maria Helena Viera da Silva
Da Silva uses lines in her work
to present multiple
perspectives of the same
scene
Using Da Silva’s Style
Using the Polygonal Lasso Tool I created triangle shapes within
the image and then inverted the col...
By cutting and pasting different
section of the photo on top of
itself and then only inverting
certain layer the image tak...
Bridget Riley
Bright block colours
and optical illusions
with lines leave a
lasting image of
minimalist and
simplicity.
Using Bridget Riley’s Style
Using the rectangular marquee
tool I selected horizontal and
vertical rectangles then inverted...
Most of the photos have a blue hue
because the camera was using a setting
we were not able to undo
Copy the image and flip it to
make it look symmetrical
Photo was taken with a blue filter
Apply this to one of the
halves
Variations
More variations in
the style of Maria
Helena da la Silva
Photo taken with a blue
filter
Duplicated and
mirrored image
Duplication of the
left three images
Variant
‘Fantastic’- Google Search
‘Strange’ – Google Search
Mari Mahr
Chile 1941
She now lives and works in
London and Berlin
Flowers Covering Faces- Google Search
Jerry Uelsmann USA 1941
Igor Morski
Poland 1960
https://www.google.co.uk/searc
h?q=igor+morski&client=tablet-
android-lenovo&hl=en-
GB&biw=800&bih...
Double exposure
Michal Karcz
A selection of creations by Michal Karcz, a
talented Polish photographer fascinated
from an early age by pain...
My Photos
My Photos
In The Style of Mari Mahr
Final version
Double Exposure with own photos
Colour Dodge
Lighten
Hard Light Linear Light
Subtract
In the style of
Michal Karcz
Layer 1
Layer 2
Background edited out by the eraser tool before
placing the photo on the layer below
Layer
1
Layer 2
Base
LAYER 1
Layer 2
Inspired by :
Constructing
Multi-Layered
Photos
ResultingImage
Copy, pasted, and flipped the image horizontally to
create a mirror image of the original.
Used colour balance on each cro...
Further Experimentation
Eyes on separate layer and
colours changed to purple
before inversion
Inverted
Filled the trees in with the
sky
Used the clone tool to
blend the colours
together for a more
natural look and subtle
chan...
The eye and the flower are compressed into one layer then
duplicated. The copy layer is then rotated 180 degrees and moved...
Keeping the eyes on a separate
means each eye’s colour can be
changed individually
By changing the colour fill layer from the normal white to an intense red, it gives the double
exposure photo another laye...
Changing The Colour Layer Part 2
Do I need to do more prep work?
I need to learn new ways to experiment and manipulate photos in Photoshop
Do I need to tak...
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  1. 1. Collection of 1 persons GCSE Art Photography Coursework Mark 76 Grade A/A*
  2. 2. Close Ups
  3. 3. • It looks like small images appearing bigger than normal • You create one by zooming in very closely to focus on a small subject. • I like Macro Photography because it shows fine details that would be otherwise unnoticed.
  4. 4. 1. Use a ring flash or twin lite flash when shooting macro Having the ability to keep the shutter speed at a fast 1/200th of a second allowed me to capture the moving insect sharply. It also allowed me to hand hold the camera without the use of a tripod 1. Learn to focus manually As the hoverfly was constantly moving, I found turning off the lens AF (automatic focus) function made the job so much easier 1. Learn to be patient 2. Crop images tight for online viewing 3. Try extension tubes 4. Set shots up 5. Use a tripod if you cannot shoot faster than the length of your lens. 6. Just because your macro lens can shoot with an aperture of f/2.8 doesn’t mean you should use it 7. When shooting macro, shutter speed is more important than ISO. 8. Learn to see 9. Never give up. If you don’t photograph the shot you initially want, that’s ok. 10. Make good use of backlight Macro Photography: Top Tips and Techniques
  5. 5. • 13. Make good use of morning sunlight to capture detail not seen otherwise. • 14. You do need to be careful not to capture lens flare though. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Trying numerous angles also helps to find the best position. • 15. Continuous shooting is good when capturing movement shots
  6. 6. What 3 words describe any Macro Close Up Photography? Detailed, magnified and intriguing. Why is it important to have similar collections of objects to photograph? To have many examples of similar things helps identify strengths and weakness in the way the photos are taken. Can you describe a Macro Photo? A Macro Photo is a photo that has been magnified to show fine details that otherwise would not be seen Why do Artists create Macros? To show intricate details that would be missed on the first glance. Why are Macros nice to look at? They Show fine details than otherwise would be missed How can a Macro be manipulated to show a message or meaning? By making the focus be on something personal or something happening in the world at the moment What effect do Macros, Close ups have on the audience? Makes the audience appreciate the small details in everyday life
  7. 7. Miki Asai Miki’s macro photography focuses on the beauty of water droplets, and plays with colour and reflections with the effect of creating delicate images. I like her work because her focus of nature brings out soft coloured lighting that compliments her photos. This is something id like to use as well.
  8. 8. Niko Vass Niko’s photography uses minimalism, bold colours and careful composition to set his portfolio apart from other macro photographers. The main subject of his work is often a single water drop. I like his use of minimalism to highlight the subject of each photos, where he also blurs anything irrelevant in the photo. Id like to adapt the way he displays his backgrounds.
  9. 9. Corrie White “I can make liquids dance!” says Corrie’s profile. And that’s certainly true. These splendid high speed shots have frozen colourful liquids into sculptures. I like the way she capture the smoke and water and how she makes each photo make colourful and ecstatic as the last. I would like the experiment using colour in her style for my own photos.
  10. 10. Juliana Nan Her work uses lots of soft and pastel colours and give the audience a feeling of calmness. I like her use of colours and how they focus of photos is sharp while everything else is blurred. I would like to adapt her use of colours into my own work.
  11. 11. Skulls
  12. 12. Used Filter-Stylize- Wind-(Stagger-From The Left)-Invert Used Filter-Stylize-Find Edges Used Filter-Stylize- Trace Contour-Invert
  13. 13. Crop-Stylize-Emboss
  14. 14. In todays lesson, we took macro photos of items located around the room such as coins and rope. We even sprayed water onto windows and took photos of how the light filtered through afterwards. Texture Carousel
  15. 15. Crop Filter-Stylize-Find Edges Extrude
  16. 16. 12-5-15
  17. 17. 14-5-15
  18. 18. Homework-Texture Macro
  19. 19. Crop
  20. 20. Homework-Macro Food
  21. 21. Ansel Adams Ansel Easton Adams (February 20, 1902 – April 22, 1984) was an American photographer and environmentalist. His black-and-white landscape photographs of the American West, especially Yosemite National Park, have been widely reproduced on calendars, posters, and books. With Fred Archer, Adams developed the Zone System as a way to determine proper exposure and adjust the contrast of the final print. The resulting clarity and depth characterized his photographs. The things I like about his photographs is his application if the Zone system, which bring out all the lighter shades to be seen more clearly, which would have easily gone unnoticed without. This gives his work more of art like feel, as they look more like they are drawings.
  22. 22. Rinko Kawauchi Rinko Kawauchi Hon FRPS, born 1972, is a Japanese photographer. Her work is characterized by a serene, poetic style, depicting the ordinary moments in life. What I like about her photographs is that all her subjects are just normal life, things that could simply gone uncaptured because of the mundane of it. She captures things as if normalcy is alien and she makes the onlooker see the beauty in simple and feel happy at the joy seen in unchanging normalcy.
  23. 23. Edward Weston Edward Henry Weston (March 24, 1886 – January 1, 1958) was a 20th-century American photographer. He has been called "one of the most innovative and influential American photographers…" With Weston’s use of lighting and black and white contrast, the subjects of his work give a feeling of loneliness and sadness, which is put simply down the colours he has used.
  24. 24. Homework- Macro Flowers
  25. 25. Homework- Macro Flowers
  26. 26. Flower Classwork
  27. 27. Inverted Version
  28. 28. What do I mean by “framing” your macro images? Making the whole photo fill the frame without any blank spaces, List 3 ways you could make your framing more interesting and creative? Angles, colours, blur technique. What techniques could you use to make your work more visually interesting when photographing something mundane and ordinary? Juxtaposition , such as the flowers and skulls in Georgia O'Keeffe's work. Could also blur photo to give the photos more ethereal vibes. Could also use different angles to make the photo more interesting
  29. 29. Gradient used to darken the edges and make the subject more vibrant. Gradient used on onside to symbolise death as the flower faces outwards to represent life High Pass at 97.7
  30. 30. Turned photo black and white before using exposure
  31. 31. Used tilt shift downwards to highlight the flowers’ centre
  32. 32. Turned photo to black and white then brought the contrast and exposure levels down low Inspired by Edward Weston’s work
  33. 33. Zoom Burst effect Blurred the photo put duplicated the layer beforehand and then cleared it so the original photo shows the flowers in focus
  34. 34. Portraits
  35. 35. Formal – photos with purpose or meaning. Staged and the photos have an content to convey a message.
  36. 36. Informal- a unstaged photos that capture the moment. Sometimes the subjects are unaware of the photo being taken.
  37. 37. My own caricature
  38. 38. David Hockney I would describe his work sort off abstract like and shows different emotions through his collages because of the time between each photo in the collage taken. He is known for joining a number photos together to create one collage piece.
  39. 39. Gwon Osang His style is very weird and odd but his sculptures are very lifelike and three dimensional, much unlike regular photos. I think the photographer did this on purpose to make his work come to life and be more real. Gwon Osang Sculpture of David Hockney
  40. 40. Amanda Clyne I like this artists work as I think her work reflects mirrors and each photo layered over the top of each other shows different sides of the subject face and personality. She shows the subject with never the same two expressions and uses her subject to a full advantage.
  41. 41. Experiment using photo joining Taking separate photos of the same subject then layer the same features on top of each other creates a photo like Amanda Clyne’s
  42. 42. Transformation-Symmetry These symmetrical portraits by Julian Wolkenstein I think were made to show the subjects “best side”.
  43. 43. When making the face symmetrical Copy one half of the photo onto another layer and then flipping it to make it a mirror image of the original layer
  44. 44. Francis Bacon I think his work is really weird. All his portraits are twisted and demonized and no longer resemble the human face, this could suggest that Bacon was more interested in the darker side of human nature.
  45. 45. Wes Naman I like how the artists has distorted the subjects faces natural and without using edits. I like this because the photos feel more authentic and original. Some of the subjects have normal poses of smiles but other have experimented with poses and make up.
  46. 46. To create similar photos To Wes Naman I would have close up shots of peoples face creating different emotions with either the subjects or the background with a colour corresponding to said emotions. The subjects hair would either be tied up or slicked back so their hair colour/style would not be the focus of the photo.
  47. 47. Pop Art Research Andy Warhol was famous for his Pop Art movement. The style he did was layered and he did not contain his colours in the lines.
  48. 48. Pop Art
  49. 49. Pop Art Finished Pieces
  50. 50. Typography Research – Pinterest
  51. 51. Words and Portraits – Pinterest
  52. 52. Faces Homework
  53. 53. Companionship
  54. 54. Sandra Eleta
  55. 55. Henri Cartier-Bresson
  56. 56. Dorothea Lange
  57. 57. My Companion photos
  58. 58. Landscapes by Henry Bedford
  59. 59. A forest Snow Ice/frost Water Reflection Nature Trees/sticks/twigs Bits of greens White Brown Cloudy grey
  60. 60. • Camera- tripod- aerial camera • Photoshop • Internet/ Computer • Phones/Ipad • Cable • Apps
  61. 61. Clock close-up Camera tilted on its side View through window on to a window Close up on computer Blurred background Slight blur
  62. 62. These photos all look like they were taken on the same day at the same place. The sky is dark at the forefront and lighter the farther away it is. There is also a view of green and yellow fields and plenty of trees. All the photos have three layers. The first photo has a close up on the grass making the grass bigger in proportion but it is also taken at an angle that includes another two layers even though the main photo focus is the grass. n
  63. 63. I have chosen these photos as a good example of layers. The one above has good proportion as it shows the sky as large and the layer below small.
  64. 64. `
  65. 65. Experiment
  66. 66. Hue/Saturation Vibrancy Colour Balance Black and White
  67. 67. This photo is of a red door and slightly shows its surroundings. I picked it because I liked the shade of red the door is painted. I don’t like that is shows other thing than the door because it distracts the main focus of the photo. A way I could think of improving this is to have the door the main focus and maybe the blur the rest of the photo.
  68. 68. • I think assessment objective 1 means to better understand things through research and see the emotional and social side to a picture. To show the examiner I can do this I could take photos of what may look ordinary places but are special to me and research different ideas behind photos like that. • I can receive up to 20 Marks for this part of my coursework and mock exam
  69. 69. Sophie Baker
  70. 70. Frederick Church (Painter)
  71. 71. Gustav Willeit Mountains mirrored in the water Mirrored image Manipulated Natural
  72. 72. Traci Griffin Manipulated mirrored imagery
  73. 73. Manipulating Symmetry Own Photo Mirrored the image Flipped one way
  74. 74. Oblivious changes Subtle changes Erased Path Added level Double posts Double blurred houses
  75. 75. I like panoramas because they show mass amounts of space and land and can show natural landscape beauty. Landscapes are used to give an almost 360 view of a landscape so the viewer feels more immersed in the photo, as if they are there themselves. Panorama
  76. 76. Richard Silver
  77. 77. Fong Qi Wei The photographer took several photos of the exact same place but at different times of the day. He then made a collage of these photos. He uses shapes such as rectangles and circles to cut up his photos and then selects a certain point of interest and build his words up from there, adding each shaped photos onto of one point. He also used the technique of building from light to dark and vice versa so his photos get gradually darker from the middle or gradually lighter. He used the shape (circle) because its smallest circle is a sunrise/sunset and the circle cut matches it.
  78. 78. Panorama shots
  79. 79. Use two layers and changed the colours of one layer. Then cloned the colours into places I thought would both stand out and be subtle.
  80. 80. • Panorama are used to create a more 3D looking world in photographs, to make the photo that is being viewed look more realistic and give the viewer a feeling of being immersed in the photograph.
  81. 81. Worlds
  82. 82. CoaL MINING thing
  83. 83. Remembrance Photos edited by ,me.
  84. 84. • Why do photographer use black and white photography? I think they use it to set a mood to a certain image. It gives a vintage or retro look to the photo and by taking away the colour it can be interpreted in a different way. Black and White Photography
  85. 85. Ansel Adams Without using colour in his work , Ansel Adams make us look at photos differently. Instead of looking for how the colours complement each other, our attention is drawn to the texture and the shades of light and dark that the environment gives off. I like his work because I think instead of just looking at the photo we get a feel for it instead.
  86. 86. Zone system by Ansel Adams The Zone System is a photographic technique for determining optimal film exposure and development, formulated by Ansel Adams and Fred Archer. The Zone System provides photographers with a systematic method of precisely defining the relationship between the way they visualize the photographic subject and the final results. Although it originated with black-and-white sheet film, the Zone System is also applicable to roll film, both black-and-white and color, negative and reversal, and to digital photography.
  87. 87. Photos by me
  88. 88. T-Shirt Research
  89. 89. I would give myself a B for my work this term. I tried use my own photos for manipulation but most of the I didn’t. I did all my research and my homework to the best of my abilities.
  90. 90. AO1 GATHERING AO2 DEVELOPING AO3 QUALITY AO4 RESPONSE TOTAL GRADE YOU 19 /20 15/20 10/20 13/20 57/80 DML /20 /20 /20 /20 /80 Now mark your work (use instinct/memory – don’t get your work out!!!!) What next?Give three suggestions of how this project could be improved. 1. Improve my framing because I take photos on funny angles 2. Try to use my own photos more 3. Research using various sources not just the one
  91. 91. Quotes
  92. 92. In this one I like the filter and lighting. This is a selfie taken by the cast of the walking dead. Animal selfies
  93. 93. • I agree with selfies because it is a way sometimes un-harmful way of expressing ourselves. Its kinda like saying and expressing how good you feel about your self and loving yourself and I think that’s something most young folk don’t have these days so I think selfies are a positive thing.
  94. 94. “Parents are like God because you wanna know they're out there , and you want them to think well of you, but you really only call when you need something” – Chuck Palahniuck Words to describe my parents: • Easy to deceive • Sometimes helpful • Sometimes okay • Lots of fighting • Lots of shouting
  95. 95. • I think Landscapes are about showing a dense amount of land all at once where no detail is needed.
  96. 96. Experimentation using same place different time photos (not my own). Using tools to cut and paste to merge all the times together. Circular rectangle Diagonal
  97. 97. By cutting and pasting different section of the photo on top of itself and then only inverting certain layer the image takes inspiration from Maria da Silva In these images the images that have not been inverted have been rotated 180 degrees
  98. 98. Matt Molloy
  99. 99. Manipulation in molly’s style Molloy’s Piece
  100. 100. Black and White Landscapes
  101. 101. By layering a colour photo over the filtered image, it creates a new photo when the layer settings are changed
  102. 102. Use the elliptical marquee tool to make a circle around the image and then copy and past the inside of the circle. The Next step is to rotate the circle 180 degrees
  103. 103. By using Filter Gallery- Stamp turns to separate circle black and white. Then I merged the layers so it was all one image Next I used the High Pass filter to change the effects on the image
  104. 104. Variant using different filters
  105. 105. Final Image
  106. 106. Architecture
  107. 107. Dystopian Books
  108. 108. Dystopia and Utopia
  109. 109. This piece was inspired by a book called The Giver by Lois Lowry. The book starts off as a utopia but as the novel progresses the main characters reveals the world to be more dystopian. The characters in the book do not see colours nor have emotions, apart from the main character, Jonas, who is given emotions and colours from the title character , The Giver. The piece is red because that is the first colour Jonas sees.
  110. 110. Homework-Looking Down
  111. 111. John Piper
  112. 112. • The subject of many of his painting include landscape and buildings such as churches. • The effects the painting has on me is that they are rather eerie and spooky. • The Colours used include are very dark and complimentary such as blacks and reds. • The use of lighting includes shadows and lots of darkness but also specks of bright colours and soft lighting.
  113. 113. Hense aka Alex Brewer Commissioned work for Atlanta BeltLine I like Hense’s work because he uses mundane buildings that are involved in everyday life and instead of keeping them boring , he uses bright colours and over lapping patterns to make the buildings eye-catching and intriguing.
  114. 114. Inspired by the work of HENSE
  115. 115. Roland Halbe Working independently since 1988, Roland Halbe started out shooting commercial architecture, but quickly became one of the most recognized professionals in architecture photography, earning international commissions from architects, agencies and all kinds of media outlets. In 1996 he co-founded Artur Images, an online archive of architecture and interior images, representing over 200 photographers from all over the world including, of course, himself. I like Halbe’s work because he uses block colours and interesting angles to create serene and minimalistic images that are pleasing to view. I want adapt his use of lighting to use in my own work.
  116. 116. Connie Zhou Zhou bases her angles on the lines of the environment to create stunning visuals. The photos are normally one colour, usually monochrome palettes are used, but when using colours her work is very pleasing to look at.
  117. 117. Andy Marshall http://www.andymarshall.co/#!/index
  118. 118. Maria Helena Viera da Silva Da Silva uses lines in her work to present multiple perspectives of the same scene
  119. 119. Using Da Silva’s Style Using the Polygonal Lasso Tool I created triangle shapes within the image and then inverted the colour in the triangles When inverting over a n already inverted image, the resultant image will return to its original colours
  120. 120. By cutting and pasting different section of the photo on top of itself and then only inverting certain layer the image takes inspiration from Maria da Silva In these images the images that have not been inverted have been rotated 180 degrees
  121. 121. Bridget Riley Bright block colours and optical illusions with lines leave a lasting image of minimalist and simplicity.
  122. 122. Using Bridget Riley’s Style Using the rectangular marquee tool I selected horizontal and vertical rectangles then inverted them. Next used the polygonal lasso tool to create triangles ands them inverted them into Bridget Riley’s style
  123. 123. Most of the photos have a blue hue because the camera was using a setting we were not able to undo
  124. 124. Copy the image and flip it to make it look symmetrical Photo was taken with a blue filter
  125. 125. Apply this to one of the halves Variations
  126. 126. More variations in the style of Maria Helena da la Silva
  127. 127. Photo taken with a blue filter Duplicated and mirrored image
  128. 128. Duplication of the left three images Variant
  129. 129. ‘Fantastic’- Google Search
  130. 130. ‘Strange’ – Google Search
  131. 131. Mari Mahr Chile 1941 She now lives and works in London and Berlin
  132. 132. Flowers Covering Faces- Google Search
  133. 133. Jerry Uelsmann USA 1941
  134. 134. Igor Morski Poland 1960 https://www.google.co.uk/searc h?q=igor+morski&client=tablet- android-lenovo&hl=en- GB&biw=800&bih=757&prmd=i nv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa= X&ved=0CAUQ_AUoAWoVChMI peLx69azyAIVxVkaCh31Hg-3
  135. 135. Double exposure
  136. 136. Michal Karcz A selection of creations by Michal Karcz, a talented Polish photographer fascinated from an early age by painting and photography. With digital retouching, Michal Karcz turns his photographs into beautiful landscapes, strange and fantastic, at the edge of dream. His work appeals to be because he combines normally mundane landscapes to creative scenes that look like they come straight of a science fiction novel.
  137. 137. My Photos My Photos
  138. 138. In The Style of Mari Mahr Final version
  139. 139. Double Exposure with own photos
  140. 140. Colour Dodge Lighten Hard Light Linear Light Subtract
  141. 141. In the style of Michal Karcz Layer 1 Layer 2
  142. 142. Background edited out by the eraser tool before placing the photo on the layer below Layer 1 Layer 2
  143. 143. Base LAYER 1 Layer 2 Inspired by : Constructing Multi-Layered Photos ResultingImage
  144. 144. Copy, pasted, and flipped the image horizontally to create a mirror image of the original. Used colour balance on each crown of flowers to make the flowers distinct to the picture
  145. 145. Further Experimentation
  146. 146. Eyes on separate layer and colours changed to purple before inversion Inverted
  147. 147. Filled the trees in with the sky Used the clone tool to blend the colours together for a more natural look and subtle changes Variant Style
  148. 148. The eye and the flower are compressed into one layer then duplicated. The copy layer is then rotated 180 degrees and moved below the original photo to create a mirror image. The cop image is then flipped horizontally to it is an exactly mirror and fits up to the original. Next the layers are merged to create one photo.
  149. 149. Keeping the eyes on a separate means each eye’s colour can be changed individually
  150. 150. By changing the colour fill layer from the normal white to an intense red, it gives the double exposure photo another layer of colour which adds to the emotion of the photo and it leaves a more vivid reminder in the viewer’s head.
  151. 151. Changing The Colour Layer Part 2
  152. 152. Do I need to do more prep work? I need to learn new ways to experiment and manipulate photos in Photoshop Do I need to take more photos? Yes Do I need to do more research to get ideas? Yes I need to research more into artists who interest me Do I need to develop my ideas more? Probably Did I use my time well? Not really How can I use the time better? By knowing more techniques in Photoshop, I can only hope to improve Do I need to re-order my slides so that I can see my own journey? No because I already do that Mock Exam reflection

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