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Evaluation

Evaluation Exploring Photographic Practice Joseph Holt   I struggled a lot with this assignment to be honest. This was due to the fact that I couldn’t make my mind up whether to go with the obvious emulation images that I … Continue reading

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‘Re-Touched & Changed Plans’

I had various different ideas for what i was going to do for this project, my first proposal was to go to my local park and photograph the play area (rust and debris etc). I then decided to take pictures … Continue reading

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My Work & Progress

Even though my work seems a million miles away from that of John Blakemore’s, there is a lot more in common then first meets the eye. i basically decided to photograph a lady’s make-up table, capturing the use and the … Continue reading

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Extended Ideas and Artists

This section is for other photographers – that are quite similar in different varieties to John Blakemore in which i like. I love this first image, i love the skull and the colorisation throughout the image. Carl Zeiss Distagon   … Continue reading

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John Blakemore

John is a British self-taught photographer from Coventry. He works mainly with black and white, using the zone system and darkroom on his fine prints. The majority of his work is based on a theme or topic, which has worked … Continue reading

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Biography of Books

Books Here are some f John Blakemore’s books. John Blakemore. British Image 3. London: Arts Council of Great Britain, 1977. Edited by Barry Lane Spirit of Place: Photographs in Wales, 1971–78. Welsh Arts Council, 1979. Inscape: Photographs by John Blakemore. London: Zelda Cheatle … Continue reading

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Exploring Photographic Practice

For this project we had to be given a photographer my our tutor, David. We had no say in the matter and we were then put into pairs and e-mailed the chosen artist to cover. I had been teamed up … Continue reading

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