Wednesday, 17 October 2007

Thursday, 11 October 2007


I used the rule of thirds to take this panoramic night view of London's city landscape.
I cropped the image portrait to compare the pictures and edited the colours to highlight the sunset.

I cropped this image from a photo of the building next to the tower of London. I like the reflections made in the window of the building and I edited the colours to give a warm atmosphere.

I used photoshop to manipulate my image of a bridge with a train travelling by and the london eye in the background. I posterized the image to brighten the image.

I used the photoshop tool,minimum, to give an artistic style to the image.

I prefer the desaturated image because of all the different shades.

Tuesday, 9 October 2007

Friday, 5 October 2007

close up 1/60 f4.5

I converted the original image into black and white which highlights the bright white mesh texture. By using a shallow depth of field the picture becomes more interesting and abstract.

close up 1/80 f5

contrasting colours 1/40 f14

I experimented with opposite colours of the spectrum and different textures. Here I used a yoga mat which adds an interesting texture to the photo. I took the photo from an angle to vary the composition.

colours 1/60 f7.1

contrasting colours 1/80 f7.1

In this image I experimented with colour and texture. I used a soft blanket and a shallow depth of field (f7.1) to soften the image

changing aperture 1/30 f22

changing aperture 1/250 f8

changing aperture 1/1600 f3.5

1/60 f 5.6 close up shot

By using the flash to take this photo the bristles have been highlighted and dark shadows have been cast. I like how the harsh bristles clash with the smooth metal.

Thursday, 4 October 2007


The light cast on the bubbles has produced vibrant colours and silhouettes in each one. By filling the frame the image is sharper.