Monthly Archive: January, 2016

Zoe Leonard- Analogue

I have looked at Zoe Leonards series ‘Analogue’ purely because of the layout of the image. This is a very uniformed style of presenting your images and allows the audience to have an uninformed view… Continue reading

Mac Birmingham- Alex Drozd

When I went to Birmingham I also visited the Mac gallery to see an exhibition by Alex Drozd called ‘Smethwick Galton Bridge/ Portrait of a Station’. This exhibition was very helpful for my project,… Continue reading

Birmingham

To collect pictures for my project I plan to go to different locations, this will enable me to compare what I find and also hopefully give me a wider range of images to… Continue reading

Night Shoot, Coventry

Going out and taking pictures in Coventry again after mainly focussing on the bus stops in Norfolk for the past month made me realise how different the two places really were in this… Continue reading

My Images

Over Christmas I was researching my project and decided that getting out there and actually taking some pictures would be the best way to see what works well. I concentrated on two different… Continue reading

Richard Johnson and Jason Vaughn

Richard Long’s ‘Canada’s ice huts’ and Jason Vaughn’s ‘Hide’ are other examples of projects with uniform images of the same subject. After looking at some many projects like that I have decided that they are… Continue reading

Allison McCarthy-Antarctica Noir

Allison McCarthy’s project Antarctica Noir really interests me due to the fact that she is showing Antarctica in a way that people wouldn’t normally see it. This may give people different opinions on… Continue reading

Les Filles de Tourgueniev- Philippe Herbert

Someone brought this book, Les Filles de Tourgueniev by Philippe Herbert, to photobook club. Although the project itself doesn’t really link to the project that I am planning to do the front cover… Continue reading

Ed Ruscha- 26 Gasoline Stations

Ed Ruscha’s project 26 Gasoline Station contains images of the gasoline stations between Los Angeles and Oklahoma City. All of the images within the book are black and white, giving the series a… Continue reading

Settlement- Tatyana Palyga

Above is a video of the project ‘Settlement’ by Tatyana Palyga. I was lucky enough to see this book as part of Le Photo Book Fest’s rock your dummy award in Paris. I… Continue reading