Bibliography

BOOKS BROWN, S. and A. WINTOUR, 2014. Horst: Photographer of Style. London: V & A Publishing MOON, S. and DELPIRE, R., 2009. Susan Moon (Photofile). London: Thames and Hudson MOON, S., 2008. Sarah Moon 1 2 3 4 5. London: Thames and Hudson V&A, 2014. Horst Highlights. London: V&A Publishing EXHIBITIONS BROWN, S., 2014. Horst:…

Final Selection

How to choose? OK it is two days before I need to submit my portfolio box and I’m really struggling to know which image to hand in as I just need one 10″ x 12″ colour print. During the development of my project I have used the contact sheets from each shoot to identify prints that are…

Project Statement

The aim for this body of work was to capture portraits that show the expressions and emotions of my family and friends that remind me of who they really are using ‘in-camera’, double exposures. My family and friends are very important to me and I appreciate them more now living away from home and not…

Shoot 11 Evaluation

A continuation of the previous shoot’s concept of using flowers as the underlying meaning and connotation to the children’s personality. However, for this shoot (half one cousin, half the other) I decided to stop down half of one f/stop down (instead of a full one) for the portrait exposure and one f/stop for the other to…

Shoot 10 Evaluation

A continuation of the previous shoot using the previous subject’s sister Jessica and flowering shrubs as the underlying meaning and connotation to the children’s personality. Using one f/stop down for each of the double exposures… The same light-coloured hooded jacket used (even if was slightly too big for her!) to limit the colour palette of the portraits…

Shoot 9 Evaluation

The concept behind this shoot was to trial another shoot combining portrait images with flowers as an underlying meaning and connotation to the children’s personality. However, this time I used flowering shrubs and plants in the garden back at home (also saving on the cost of buying expensive flowers!). I researched the plants and their meaning…

Shoot 8 Evaluation

The concept behind this shoot was to combine portrait images with flowers as an underlying meaning and connotation to Emma’s youthfulness and happy go-lucky attitude to life. I went to the florist and purchased two huge bunches of flowers that I thought best reflected her personality and used them as the subject of my secondary layer in this double…