Exercise 1.4 Frame

“The final exercise of this project makes use of the viewfinder grid display of a digital camera.”

As far as I was able to find out, my camera doesn’t have a viewfinder grid. I found this exercise quite strange, as it felt weird to only think about a portion of the composition! These images are taken in my parents garden, which is within the dartmoor national park.

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We were then asked to select the most interesting images and group them in a contact sheet. I wasn’t quite clear if we were allowed to crop the images or not so I’ve left them be.

Here are my picks large size. Obviously theres a bit of an award relationship between the bench and the summer house here. I would much rather crop this!

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In each case we were asked to fill a portion of the frame with a chosen object, and ignore the rest of the scene. In this case the bench stands out nicely!

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Focus on the red watering can.

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I know the chicken is filling the frame here, which is not what we were asked to do, but I just couldn’t bare not to let it take centre stage for one pic! (Needless to say, photographing chickens is hard, they don’t keep still much.)

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Back view of dog and partner

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Log bottom right was my subject here

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The group.  I organised the arrangement manually as I wanted them in a particular sequence, ( I edited down further to remove the summer house, and left off the wheelbarrows to give an even number of pics)gardenSet

 

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