Module Four: Evaluation

Module Four: Evaluation

I began to get a clear conception of what my flipbook would look like. But executing it to the standard I had in mind would be an entirely different matter. For my first attempt, to take the images, I chose a Nikon digital film camera...

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Module Four: Printing of the Flipbook

Module Four: Printing of the Flipbook

When I was satisfied with the visuals of my flip book, I went ahead to get the pictures developed. There was a nice grain to the images which I quite liked. I was really pleased on first flick through how fluent the images looked in sequence...

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Module Four: Composition

Module Four: Composition

Sometimes sketching really rough silhouettes and shapes can help me visualise a composition for a photo or drawing. In this circumstance I was trying to figure out what compositions would work for movement...

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Module Four: Time in Drive

Module Four: Time in Drive

What I like most about these films are the very distinctive aesthetic, creative filming and photography. The biggest similarity I found between the two contrasting pieces, are the use of time to create a sense of atmosphere...

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Module Four: Dawn Chorus

Module Four: Dawn Chorus

Marcus Coates in this piece uses unique digital methods to explore the relationship between birdsong and the human voice, drawing out previously unexplored similarities between the behaviour of birds and humans...

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Module Four: I Want! I Want!

Module Four: I Want! I Want!

I want! I want! is a very interesting and diverse exhibition. The exhibition was based around an idea from William Blake's I Want! I Want! etching. It consist's of artwork created over the last 20 years that have taken advantage of the rapid development of technology...

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Module Three: Amédée

Module Three: Amédée

We finally went to see the play Amédée on Wednesday. It was strange when the actors recited my page, as I had no idea what the context would be...

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