Monthly Archives: October 2010

Stephen Eastwood.

Stephen Eastwood grabbed my eye when looking for fashion photography because of his bring colours and creativeness. I chose to do fashion for my individual project as i found it inspiring when doing my non manipulated portrait task. I like the thought … Continue reading

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Portia Munson.

I chose Portia Munson as my second artist to study for my personal project, the reason i chose her was because i found her work linked in well with mine. Portia’s art works consists of installation, painting, photography and sculpture. I found i … Continue reading

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Non-manipulated portrait task.

For my non-manipulated photograph I went and out and brought glitter. Using PVA glue and silver and blue glitter I covered my whole head and shoulders in glitter. I like this photograph because I feel it looks really good and abnormal. I used a white background because I thought the glitter was already detailed … Continue reading

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Manipulated portrait task.

In contrast to my non-digitally manipulated photograph i created this gruesome horrific, un-natural picture using only Photoshop. I made my photographs contrast because i want to show the viewer what digitally and non-digitally editing a photograph can really do. I really … Continue reading

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Experimenting with Photoshop.

When Practising to do our portrait task i managed to create this image using Photoshop. I like this photograph because i think it looks really good and i have never done anything like this before. I did not want to … Continue reading

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Changing the Apertures.

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