Published on October 1, 2014
Introduction • The theme of my project will be landscape photography with my main focus being the cityscape and landscape of buildings in London. • I will look into the areas which are considered to be rich and poor. • I have chosen this theme as my project because I am very interested in building especially the modern ones like the shard in London. I can also get a good view of London near my house.
Photographer I will study Michael Hughes • I will investigate Michael Hughes work because he had a very interesting style of taking landscape photographs. Especially the one of big Ben because I am also looking at similar buildings in London. Patrick Steel • I will investigate Patrick Steel because he has done allot of work on the landscapes of London. He took allot of photos in Wimbledon which is considered as a rich area that I could potentially use in my work. Jon Baker • I could also look at John Baker because he did allot of work in London and looked at a variety of different areas that I could use in my work. View slide
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