Category Archives: Studio Practice 2B

SP2B: Style Academy – A Photo Opportunity

This week we were asked to take some portraits of students finishing Bradford College’s Style Academy course.  The course is a 5-week programme available to students from across the college to help improve their self-confidence, their people skills and to … Continue reading

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Happy Half-Birthday!!

This little guy is 6 months old today and his mum wanted some images to mark the occasion.  His big sister (almost 3) had some images on her half-birthday so mum wanted to do the same second time round. Mum … Continue reading

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SP2B: Middle Child Project – Further Edit

Following on from my discussion with Andy earlier this week I have been looking at an alternative way to display the images from the project.  Let me know what you think:

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SP2B: Photographing People Wearing Glasses

As a spectacle-wearer and someone who take a lot of self-portraits I am acutely aware of the drawbacks of shooting people who wear glasses. The first and most obvious I guess is that of reflections and glare.  Oftentimes, one of … Continue reading

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SP2B: Middle Child Project – Editing

Following on from a tutorial last week, Andy Vaines (Year Tutor), suggested that I consider trying to capture in my final set of images the range of responses that I have evoked from the middle-children who have sat for me. … Continue reading

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SP2B: MiddleChild Project – Alex (2)

Alex was the first of the middle-children to sit for me but I asked him if we could try again.  Looking back over the series of shoots I didn’t think that initial images of Alex fit into the set overall … Continue reading

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SP2B: Middle Child Project – Shaun

Shaun is the third of five siblings and had never heard of middle-child syndrome.

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