Published on February 6, 2014
Experimental Photography Brandon Parker 1
Hockney/ Joiners Explain the experiments you did and your findings. – For this style of photography I took a collection of images in order to make one big picture all of the same thing as you can see on the right I choose to do a collection of images made up from the stairs. After doing so I imported each of the photos into Photoshop in order to make the image one thing by layering each image on top of each image to remake the picture as one and becomes a collage but this was the technique made by ‘Hockney’. Talk about the results you got. – My picture worked well although it is boring which if I was do it again would need to be outside of college as it limits the photographs I can take but still works as my own example of this technique.
Reflection Explain the experiments you did and your findings. – This particular style of experimental photography is using something that gives you a reflection and making sure that the image is clear enough to see what it is, although sometimes people show the reflection and actual image on top of it as it looks good and if the water or panel depending on what you use can make it hard to tell which is the reflection. Talk about the results you got. – Each of the photographs that I have taken where good for showing reflection I took a lot more but these were the netter out of them. With the bottom image I have incorporated other styles of experimental types of photography into it and I think that’s why its my favourite reflection picture.
Out of Focus Explain the experiments you did and your findings. – Out of focus is to make the picture you take look distorted or blurry. It happens a lot when people take photographs with normal cameras and move a slight bit but using the cameras we did we have to change from auto focus which makes any picture clear you take then to manual so we have a choice of how the image looks after being taken making the image unclear but can look affective when you have a main focus and the image around the outside are blurred as it draws attention to the main part of the image. Talk about the results you got. – I used different techniques in trying to get the right blurred affect but I feel the bottom image is my favourite as the lights on the walls look good distorted and matches the whole of the picture as its all distorted as are all three.
Movement Explain the experiments you did and your findings. – Capturing movement on cameras is done by using a longer shutter speed allowing for light to be accepted into the camera fro long meaning it picks up more but only DSLR’s or high standard cameras have the ability in order to catch something like, you can keep the camera still and let something or one move across the lence in order to catch movement or you can more the camera whilst taking the shot which allows it to capture more light meaning movement in the picture. Talk about the results you got. – The results I’ve got show the technique well although I have interchanged the way in which I showed movement as with some I moved the camera and with others stayed stayed in the same keeping it still which made the back ground clear showing off the movement more of the figure that was walking ahead of me.
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