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A-Level photography

Mixed media project – A grade This is an example of an A-Level photography book that achieved an A grade. What makes it a good A-Level Photography project? It’s exceptional from a technical point of view Displays genuine curiosity All work links to artist research and a consistent theme runs throughout Genuine discovery Exploration of […]

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How to research an A-Level photography project What makes good research? What makes a good project? You need to create good quality research, but what does that mean? In this article I will go over the nuances of good quality research for your photography A-Level to help you maximise your potential to gain marks. The […]

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Fear is often struck into the heart of a student when discussing A Level Photography and they hear the word ‘essay’. This is really nothing to be frightened of, it is merely an opportunity for you to explore your ideas in more depth and also a chance to show off. Demonstrate your technical prowess, delve into […]

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Edward Weston is a master of still life photography, his manipulation of light to highlight shape, texture and form helped bring photography out of the shadow of painting and stand on it’s own as a credible art form. Working for the majority of his career with and 8×10 field camera Weston’s work is staggeringly beautiful, […]

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A Level Photography Essay – Unit 3 Explore the ways in which words affect an image Word Count: 2,016 Introduction The phrase ‘A picture is worth a thousand words’ means that a picture, or in this case a photograph, can tell a story as well as a large amount of descriptive text. However when artists […]

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