This assignment is all about colour. Harmonious, contrasting, complementary, accents, design, filtering, adding and subtracting, etc. I sometimes describe myself as a bit of a colour-holic, and here present 16 colourful pictures with commentaries on composition, balance and movement.
10 pictures of foodstuff arranged to match a pre-defined set of compositional design elements. It was a fun exercise that I learnt a lot from.
This is my learning log for TAOP Assignment 1, Contrasts. The assignment asked me to make 8 pairs of photos, with each pair illustrating a contrast chosen from a pre-defined list of 20 different contrasts, such as “large/small”, “high/low”, “light/dark”, and so on. Additionally I was to make an extra photo, illustrating one of the contrasts in a single picture.
Karen and Paul got married. My good friend Steve and I were taking the pictures. Although the majority of the pictures are good (in my own humble opinion), the main focus of this post is about the lessons I learnt. What could be improved upon, and what should be done different another time?
The Royal British Legion Youth Band Brentwood and the Grenadier Guards Band gave a concert in the Brentwood centre. I was fortunate enough to be invited to come and take pictures.
From a vague idea of a sunset picture, to a silhouette of The London Eye in front of a bold, dramatic sunset with colours only Hollywood or Kodachrome could have imagined. The main point of the post is the thought processes that went into this mixture between photo and graphic art.
Abridge celebrated their 25th annual village festival on Sunday the 13th June, with everybody in the village participating. There was a parade, floats, bands, food, entertainment. And there were human ostriches!
Pictures from the beautiful gardens of the Saint Francis Hospice, on their Open Garden day the 12th June 2010.
Photoshoot with Chelmsford-based, but nationally and internationally known, band Amoriste. The band brought their red kite. Steve brought his amazing, home-made flash kit. Mother nature supplied grey skies and bright, yellow rapeseed.