Calotype process

the process of making a calotype is similar in a way to the process of making a photogram because they use the same method however a calotype requires you to have an image already that you want to invert. The way you make a calotype is by getting an image in black and white that … More Calotype process

inverting images.

We took the photograms we did and placed them onto a scanner to put them into a digital format so we could change them in photo shop to the opposite colour’s.     the first image was the negative photogram whilst the second image is the inverted which we put into photo shop to invert … More inverting images.

critiquing images

today we looked at images we took yesterday and spoke about what we liked and disliked about the images as well as others images. some of my images I liked with how they were but others I disliked because of how I took them. The first image i like because it has a clear subject … More critiquing images

5 elements of composition in photography

Line: having something to guide your eye to the important element in the image itself such as a boy sat down on. Rule of Thirds: having two straight lines going down and across to try and help mark the important element of the image possibly bringing more interest to the image itself Patterns: Having pattern in the image makes … More 5 elements of composition in photography

Pinhole

Pinhole photography is where you have a cylindrical tube that you paint the interior of black so it absorbs light. We then need to cut a small hole out of the tube after the paint has dried so that you can get light into the tube after it is sealed then we covered the hole with tin foil … More Pinhole

Photograms

A photogram is where you place a piece of photographic paper onto a flat surface with a light above it that can make an image appear after placing items such as leaves onto the paper then exposing it to the light and then taking it through the development process. The image I like the most … More Photograms