Category Archives: Project 4: Intimate Landscapes

This category is used to identify posts related to project four. These fall into two areas: research and reflections and actual work and practice

Moving forward?

We have all looked at millions of images and seen many and varied approaches to photographic representation. It is interesting how representational styles ebb and flow during different historical times. One that I have long been drawn toward is that … Continue reading

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Another day another couple of approaches

Rather than isolate items within the frame or imbue the image was false values of movement (as some of my earlier work has done this week) I placed some kit into a plastic container and shot through it. I then … Continue reading

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Project 4: inspiration, experimentation, equivocation, deflation

I hoped that yesterday’s failure to get anywhere would not be repeated and was reading about Charles Csuri in Digital Art (Paul, 2003) and was interested in his SineScape, 1967 and so looked up some more about him and his … Continue reading

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Project 4: Where next?

I went back to review where I have got to in my work and am very pleased with the way project three turned out but feeling a little lost as to where next? Rather than continue with exploring my subject … Continue reading

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