Carven pre-fall 2013 The image displays the direct mix of photography and textiles and was an image to support the use of textiles and photography. I also like the way the images are almost de-constructed and the full image has been hidden - something I could consider within my project
LESSON 1: Objective- combining tessellations with photography using technology such as Photoshop. Intro to cropping; negative space vs positive space. (optional: consider actually printing/cutting the tessellations to create a puzzle.)
West Laithe by Fay Godwin - print. In this image i see texture form the brick paving. The floor looks smooth and worn and is obvious to see that it is wet. It looks like the image was taken down a quite alley leading to houses or just as a short cut to another street.
These sketchbook pages are part of the research and planning in an A Level Photography project exploring the theme â€˜Hidden Identityâ€™. The inclusion of test strips is beneficial (even in digital photography these can be produced, testing different contrast, lighting and colour filters that have been applied to an image); images are neatly trimmed and positioned on the pages. Articulate, well-reasoned annotation adds to the sharp, clean presentation style.
Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart
I love the use of technology on this image. The background is very plain and there's a clear lack of cover lines so the focus is on what is going on in the image. Although I think this would be very hard to re-create, it would look very artistic.