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A-Grade Photography A-Level project example In this post we exhibit an exploration into PTSD and the human condition through Tintypes. Why did this project receive full marks? The project is incredibly well researched, technically well executed and ends with genuine discovery. Successfully capturing a tintype image on a mirror to my knowledge is completely unique, […]

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Composition techniques Composition noun 1. 1. the nature of something’s ingredients or constituents; the way in which a whole or mixture is made up. Composition is something of a beast. There are many rules and considerations when framing an image. The size of the canvas, the subject matter, the colours. The list is endless. Each […]

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  • Penny - What an excellent article.
    Its all so easy to become lazy / repetitive when framing / making images. Pulling together all the basic concepts of composition and form in this way refreshes the eye and reminds you to switch up the basics to create something great.
    Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyCancel

    • liam - Thanks Penny! Glad it was of some use!
      The blog is still in it’s infancy so any topics you think would be helpful to write about let me know and I’ll get on it!ReplyCancel

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Chemigram ideas and how to make them I have seen this attempted by many, but mastered by a select few. One of these is Pierre Cordier “With the advent of photography in 1839, painting underwent a radical transformation. Nowadays, the digital process is revolutionising photography. The Chemigram, fusion of painting and photography, is most likely the […]

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