Monthly Archives: August 2015

Assignment 6- The photos so far….

So today I took the second photo for Assignment 6- Transitions. I orginally wanted to use my local park for the images, however I found it to be quite difficult in terms of positioning and making sure I got the … Continue reading

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Book Review- Photography and Cinema- David Campany

When I first saw the book on the reading list, I was curious as to how it would relate to landscape photography. However, after reading David Campany’s essay “Safety in Numbness: Some remarks on the problems of Late photography”, I … Continue reading

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Photography- Downs Banks Dog Walk

For awhile now I have want to take my dog on a walk over Downs Banks (http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/article-1356404857345/). However, as it would take a large chunk out of my day I have always put it off. So when I had a … Continue reading

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Photographer- Chloe Dewe Mathews

I was first introduced to the work of Chloe Dewe Mathews last October while on the Brighton Photo Biennial Study visit where she held a talk. When she started showing the images, I felt that the first one was strangely … Continue reading

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Landscape- Exercise 3:5- Local History

I decided, for this exercise and for my 3rd assignment, to look at the National Memorial Arboretum. Although it has only been open to the public since 2001, it has become a significant place of remembrance over the years and … Continue reading

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