Monthly Archives: August 2012

bricks, glass and metal in the City

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I’ve been chasing images for an assignment in London this weekend, getting alternately baked and soaked, but having a lot of fun. I’ve been pondering the nature of architecture in London and the City in particular, where normal planning rules … Continue reading

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Assignment 4 first draft

I suspect this one will take a bit of revision because I wasn’t clear that I met the expectations, but I’m sure my tutor’s feed back will bring clear guidance. ————————————————————————- The people of Tandridge District live in small towns … Continue reading

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why didn’t the photographer intervene?

..based on an article in the Guardian Weekend on 28th July, they asked why didn’t the photographer intervene?  and showed a series of photos with photographer interviews. I recognised the cover photo as being one of Greg Marinovich as described … Continue reading

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Project 22: Adjusting the balance between person and space

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Size and position of people makes either a landscape or a portrait.

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choice of camera

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I had quite severe health problems a year ago that forced me into only carrying the essentials, and I bought a Canon compact G12 to help with that. It was very effective for OCA work, although A4 prints started to … Continue reading

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From today everything will be different..

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From today everything will be different.. ..as they said in Arles last year. As noted in the blog https://darcyblog.wordpress.com/ in the post of 31st july,  I will be scrapping the scrapbooks and resuming DPP with my version of Edward Weston’s “Daybooks” (another eBay … Continue reading

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Project 21: Making figures anonymous

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Lots of ways to do this, here are a few of mine.

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