I used different things and places around my school to try and create images that look like letters to try and create an entire alphabet out of the images. As you can see i had to go into different classrooms and sometimes go outside to try and get pictures of objects that look like letters. I enjoyed being able to go all around my school to try and create letters out of random objects, it also helped me to try and use more creativity.
I really like this image because it has very vibrant colours in it and I also like how the leaf contrasts the pavement and makes the leaf really standout.
In this project I used little toy soldiers and a small american flag to make it look as if some sort of war is going on between them. I used a light in different angles to create a shadow of the soldiers in the background.
The Rule Of Thirds
In this project I took pictures of different objects using the rule of thirds.
In this project I took pictures of the guitar at different angles using broken pieces of a mirror.
Depth Of Field
In this project I changed the f stop on the camera to make the background blurry so that you focus on the object in front.
Edward Weston was born on the 24th of March in 1886 and died on the 1st of January 1958 he was famous for his negative images. I took inspiration from this and tried to do this myself, I took pictures of different objects like mushrooms, lettuce and acorns in groups together using the same technique as Edward Weston.
In this project i put an apple in a dark room using a dark background then used a small light so that parts of the apple would stand out.
In this project i took pictures of mushrooms, peppers, lettuce and onions close up so that you can see the texture of them.