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
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
It was mentioned the use of scale is good – with reduced size full body shots combined with hyper-large macro shots of textures & form.
Having brainstormed with a little research on potential layouts for my exhibition I needed to trial some ideas to see how they worked. By gathering some laser copies of various sizes I began tentatively placing them on the walls of the studio.
Sooner or later we all reach that age where we question what kind of legacy we are going to leave to the world? When we return to dust, what will there be that still marks our presence? Continue reading
There are a multitude of issues for me to overcome when it comes to creating an exhibition for my Final Project. Continue reading
During the portfolio reviews at the IOP Symposium I was asked whether any of my project images were on Instagram. Continue reading
I feel the best means for dissemination of the final(ish) body of work will be in several phases and methods.