To be honest, Exercise 1.1, that can be accessed here – (https://archnasinghexpressions.com/2020/04/30/exercise-1-1-the-instrument/) didn’t excite me as much at the time when I was getting prepared to execute it, as it did after I finished doing it, and now after I have finished uploading it. What was initially difficult for me to remember was to set … Continue reading No two alike?
Exercise Brief Take three or four exposures of the same scene. Don’t change anything on the camera and keep the framing the same. Preview the shots on the LCD screen. At first glance they look the same, but are they? Perhaps a leaf moved with the wind, the light changed subtly, or the framing changed almost … Continue reading Exercise 1.1 The Instrument
Nicéphore Niépce was a French inventor who is accredited with making the first permanent photographic image. In 1813, lithography (1) became a fashionable hobby in France and Niépce, lacking either drawing skills or to procure good quality lithographic stone locally, sought to find a novel way to record images on their own. He experimented with … Continue reading Origins of Photography
Just getting started on to Part 1. The first thing that you are asked to do is to put your camera on auto mode. Having practised for years to get out of auto mode and finally beginning to learn the finer nuances of controlling the camera, this is more difficult than I thought. Having done … Continue reading Initial thoughts on Project 1: The instrument