Subject: Motor vehicles
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The main thing I enjoy about being out with my camera is experimenting with the shutter speed and the framing to try and capture something unusual. I’ve tried to do this again with Assignment 2 and not only apply the lessons learned in this section but also techniques from Part 1, from panning to cropping.
One of the main things I took away from my tutor’s feedback on Assignment 1 is that I need to remember that this course is about my photography. Further, Assignment 2 gives me the option to choose my own subject for the series of photographs. I have always been interested in cars and motorbikes so I chose ‘motor vehicles’ as my subject for the elements of design.
One of my observations from this assignment is that there can be a lot of interpretation on what constitutes a particular effect. For example, interpretation may dictate the difference between, say, diagonals and implied triangles in a given frame. To that end, I have tried to take at least x2 photographs of each effect, though some can be interpreted as several effects. A lot of ideas I had planned in my head did not come to fruition given the subject and, more influentially, lack of enough cash to pull them off!
Some effects were a lot easier to capture than others. Implied triangles, distinct shapes, rhythms and patterns proved more challenging than single points or line combinations.
All of this assingment's photographs and notes are hosted on my OCA Portfolio and my Photobucket account