For this I again had to complete certain tasks to attain my desired grade these were as follows:
- Understand composition perspectives for land and cityscapes.
- Understand cityscape light and shadow and image depth.
- Know how to use near and far subject elements to create depth.
- Be able to observe and photograph cityscapes.
Understand Health and Safety issues and safe practice on Location.
I thoroughly enjoyed this assignment and really came out of my shell! I also mastered the art of long exposures (although since then my long exposures have left a lot to be desired. I was extremely pleased about this and as you cane see from my images I have posted below, they’re not a bad try for a first timer! (in my opinion).
This is a type of photography that I had not really heard about before, I learnt about the likes of, Henry Fox Talbot, Brassai, and Troy Pavia to name but a few! They were very inspiring, I particularly found the work of Troy Pavia interesting, with his use of lighting techniques and fantastic outcomes.
I definitely will continue to expand my knowledge with long exposures and out door photography.