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Although these are very basic photographs, it shows the importance of angle. Simply by positioning the person and the camera a cetain way it brings out sections of the body larger and these two photos work very well with an unusual and unrealistic element.

dealing with defiant or stubborn children infographic from Love and Logic website

dealing with defiant or stubborn children infographic from Love and Logic website

‘FAT’, is the first word that came to mind when I first saw Shaun at Down & Outs new ride, a build which I received the odd updates on...

Phonics Indoors and Out! Hunt for the bottle tops and see how many sentences the children can make and photograph.

"You have to be odd to be # one." Dr. Seuss

from Art and Design

Cut & Paste

Cut & paste by Damien Blottière. This image has be created in photoshop and I like the way the artist has got two images of the same person but fragmented them so they moderately fit together. I would like to use photoshop within this project to portray my theme.



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from Laughing Squid

Found in Nature, Photos of Artfully Arranged Beach Trash Collected Around New York Harbor

Trash Organized Neatly: A Photographer's Colorful Collection of Discarded Objects - Feature Shoot Curated by #Portraits Of The #Blues Icons Depicted On #Reclaimed #Wood

Expert leggers Daniel Jinks and Ernest Wood. The two men demonstrate the process of 'legging' through Barnton Tunnel on the Trent and Mersey Canal. Early canal tunnels had no tow-paths, so to propel the boat through the tunnel two people had to lay on their backs on the boat, and push the boat along using their feet on wall of the tunnel. The Barnton Tunnel was over 500 yards long.