Category Archives: Projects

Project 16: Exploring function

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  I’m thinking of a hotel room in France that is sold for €29 per night. It’s intended for travelers along the auto-route de soleil, south of Diijon who just need a warm clean room for a night during the long drive … Continue reading

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Project 15: Public space, public activity

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I was going to use photos from previous outings for this project, but the Postmodernism study trip at the V&A came up so I waited for that instead. The day was bright, too bright for great photography, but I found … Continue reading

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Project 14: An organised event

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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

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Project 13: A Standard View

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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

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Project 12: Close and Involved

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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

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Project 11: Standing back

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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

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Project 10: Moment and Gesture

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 I was convinced that my subjects could see me, and then this lady stopped and adjusted something. I doubt she knew she was being watched, and although I had several other shots of her this moment stood out. The second … Continue reading

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