Having settled on a very rough plan of how I wanted the final collage to look I printed every image to one quarter scale so I could create a finalised mock-up in readiness for the exhibition. This would give me the opportunity to carefully consider each and every image & it’s worth within the whole; while combining them together to see how they worked in juxtaposition. Continue reading
Last shoot before the exhibition.
“You could say it’s for my own selfish gains but it helps me…it stops me wanting someone else…” Continue reading
This quietly spoken gentle man was a little shy and nervous at the start of the photoshoot; which merely highlights what a bizarre occurrence these photoshoots are. Why would you place yourself in the situation whereby you are expected to disrobe for a complete stranger and expose your body, warts and all to the unforgiving gaze of today’s hyper-accurate cameras? Continue reading
We are actively encouraged to look for ways of gaining maximum exposure for our work so I am looking at competitions to submit my Concupiscence project. However I keep coming across caveats such as the following from the Paris Photo Carte Blanche competition – Continue reading
Again I find myself in the awkward position of having a group of images from a shoot but do not have formal permission from the subject to use them. Continue reading
This is the first subject under the age of 50, yet his experiences and outlook on sexuality seem to reflect and reconfirm those of an older generation. Continue reading
I am a little concerned that this project has developed into something purely visual and aesthetic. Continue reading
It was mentioned the use of scale is good – with reduced size full body shots combined with hyper-large macro shots of textures & form.