(For uni) Jim, I don’t know if you’re going to ask us to write a reflective log but here’s one anyway to cover my back if you do. I think I was very lucky with this project overall, as everything kind of seemed to be against me, but it all turned out ok at the… Read More Reflection on Final Project
(For uni) What does the word home mean to you? This is my final audio slideshow for my Advanced Online Media module at Westminster. This video looks into the different religion, culture and lifestyles of two houses next door to each other, and how different the definition of ‘home’ can be completely different on two… Read More Individual Project: Home Is…?
(For uni) This is my penultimate post for my Advanced Online Media module. I have just gathered my audio and photographs for my audio slideshow, but I feel the context needs a little more explanation than the audio slideshow will give. A little back story I suppose: the things that you won’t see or hear… Read More So near yet so far
(For uni) I went out on to Harrow Road today as I thought I would just check in some shops that it would be okay for me to come back in a few hours and take some photo’s/interviews. Basically the three shops that I went in all said no… So that’s left me a little… Read More Development of Final Idea
(For uni) Tips from Ben Edwards when taking our photographs for out final projects: Zoom 18-55 lens. 55 standard lens – 55mm. degree of vision of 45%. 18 wider angle. camera on zoom at 55, you cant shoot on a shutter speed of less than a 60th of a second or it will blur. camera lens 35mm… Read More Photography rules of thumb
(For uni) I think I finally have my idea sorted for my audio slideshow! Hooray! I am going to continue with my previous idea of exploring the different cultures and religions of people within the Harrow area where I live. Harrow is the most religiously diverse borough in London (source: londoncouncils.gov.uk). Five interesting facts about… Read More Audio Slideshow Final Idea
(For uni) Photography is a series of objects that form a picture which form a code for us to individually decipher. There is a fundamental difference between the way that photographs and paintings visually work. Through a camera we only see through one dimension, but we understand photography because of our previous knowledge of what a… Read More Understanding Photography