Published on February 26, 2014
Experimental Photography Oliver Georgiou 1
Out of Focus For this experiment I moved the barrel so things went slightly out of focus. I think using this technique looks better when you are capturing light and that is why I took images of light for this experiment. The top image is more blurred than the middle image because the Aperture is wider. The lights in blurred images stand out the most and that is why I think with really blurred images it is better to have a light source in. The lights look like a reflection in the lens because it stands out so much; like it has been added over the image. I also like that the lights double so there are more circle lights which looks good for if you were taking a picture of a city at night or different coloured lights as it could make a pattern of circle lights. The top image was taken with these camera settings – Shutter Priority: 1/50 Aperture: F5.3 ISO: 400 Zoom: 40mm The middle image was taken with these camera settings – Shutter Priority: 1/30 Aperture: F5 ISO: 400 Zoom: 18mm The bottom image was taken with these camera settings – Shutter Priority: 1/25 Aperture: F5 ISO: 400 Zoom: 35mm
Use this slide to annotate your best image I like this image the most because it is abstract and you cant tell what it is. You can recognize what it is. The blur has caused the lights to duplicate making more light circles which make it look less recognizable. I like that the light is the thing that stands out the most in the image. You cant tell what the rest of the image is but you can see that there is light. The light is almost like a staircase as it starts low on the left with on circle of light hen I goes to two circles then 3 on the right.
Photomontage/Joiners Explain the experiments you did and your findings. My first joiner image did not work well as it did not get put together well by Photoshop so it did not work. My second joiner worked well as you can see that the side is not straight which shows it is lots of different images put together. You would be able to tell more if there were borders around each image like in some of the David Hockney. They method to put it together in Photoshop is quite simple and straight forward.
Use this slide to annotate your best image I like the space around the image because it is un-even which shows that it is not all one image. The grey border around the board is not straight; some of the sides are wonky which again shows it is lots of different images.
Movement This experiment shows movement which could be something moving whilst the camera is still or you moving the camera with a slow shutter speed. The top image is a Pringle stand spinning round whilst the camera is still which caused the stand to be blurred. The second image is the camera moving pointing at the roof where the lights are making the light go in a line. The bottom image is movement of a person which shows the top half of the body blurred which was moving and he bottom half which was still. The top image was taken with these camera settings – Shutter Priority: 2 Aperture: F25 ISO:400 Zoom:38mm The middle image was taken with these camera settings – Shutter Priority:3 Aperture:F32 ISO:400 Zoom:32mm The bottom image was taken with these camera settings – Shutter Priority: 1 Aperture: F22 ISO:400 Zoom: 18mm
Use this slide to annotate your best image I think this is my best image that shows movement because it shows I have used a long shutter speed as there is a trail of light. I also like this image because it is quite abstract as you cant quite tell what it is. I like how the light goes into four separate lines which could be other paths. The light is from a light on the roof and I took this image by walking and holding the camera that is why it is blurred.
Reflection Explain the experiments you did and your findings. Reflections worked well in puddles and glass which is good because unlike a mirror you can see through it for example in my second picture you can see the stairs and the bins in the glass reflection whereas in a mirror you would just be able to see your reflection. The puddles were obviously very shallow and on the ground so you could only see the reflection of the person but it does not stand out too much, in deeper water you would be able to see under the water and the reflection which I think is good as it is like having two different pictures. The top image was taken with these camera settings – Shutter Priority: 1/125 Aperture: F5.6 ISO:400 Zoom: 48mm The middle image was taken with these camera settings – Shutter Priority: 1/60 Aperture: F5.3 ISO:2800 Zoom: 40mm The bottom image was taken with these camera settings – Shutter Priority: 1/80 Aperture: F4.5 ISO:400 Zoom: 22mm
Use this slide to annotate your best image You can see two parts of the image which is the staircase through the glass and the reflection on the glass. The reflection is not too over powering so the stairs are still visible. It is almost quite abstract as you have to look at it properly a few times until you understand what it is. I like how the reflection fades away in the darker area of the glass which makes the stairs more visible.
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