Monthly Archives: November 2012

Comfort with Street Shooting

Actually, I am pretty comfortable with street shooting. In fact, I absolutely love it. I took a couple of workshops from Lou Smith of London Photos Workshops who takes small groups out to the South Bank and teaches street shooting. … Continue reading

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Focal Length

The assignment here was to take a zoom lens and shoot at three focal lengths – longest, mid-range and shortest. Then, if possible shoot with another lens. I used my 18-105mm zoom lens for three shots and my 50mm prime … Continue reading

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Portrait Sequence

For this assignment I took a total of 20 photos and rated them. The process was quite interesting. I began by selecting a spot and clearing out the space. Then I set up my tripod and camera and did some … Continue reading

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Alex Tor November 2012

My friend the photographer is doing a project on Bodmin Moor so yesterday I took her out to Alex Tor, a cairn site with hut circles which is just outside St. Breward. It ligns with Tough Tor and Brown Willy, … Continue reading

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Eye Contact and Expression

This was a nice exercise for me. My prep consisted of finding a place to shoot. I live in a bungalow which is not overly large and does not offer a plethora of sites to use for a portrait shoot. … Continue reading

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Hanging a Show

I should title this “Hanging a Show Without Hanging Yourself” because this was my first experience at hanging an exhibit and I felt like I did almost everything wrong. The project was one I had been working on for two … Continue reading

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