Monthly Archives: October 2011

Project 14: An organised event

This gallery contains 25 photos.

The Hurst Green village fete takes place annually, organised by the local church, and supported by the local community. I live here but other than my immediate neighbours and the Friday night fish and chip van regulars I haven’t met … Continue reading

Gallery | 2 Comments

Rencontres d’Arles visit

I was able to make a last-minute trip in September to Arles for the annual festival following my earlier reading of comments from other students who’d just returned. There were around forty venues around the town, and I was able … Continue reading

Gallery | Leave a comment

Project 13: A Standard View

This gallery contains 20 photos.

This project showed that different focal lengths all have their advantages and disadvantages. For a standard lens the main benefit is that I can capture a quite wide view and from that I can print quite a large image that … Continue reading

Gallery | Leave a comment

Project 12: Close and Involved

This gallery contains 33 photos.

The best way to use a wide angle is to get in close, as Robert Capa said – “if your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough”. This has its own challenges, in my case being in a French … Continue reading

Gallery | 1 Comment

Project 11: Standing back

This gallery contains 23 photos.

This girl was attracting quite a few photographers in the New York Times gallery, and she kindly ignored us all. I believe she is a student because she was writing up notes as she went, and I passed her in … Continue reading

Gallery | Tagged , , | Leave a comment