Category Archives: Project 1: Workflow

The most popular camera is…..

  The graph above was captured from Flickr today. It shows the dominance of Apple in the photography market at the moment, with Apple iPhones being the top 3 cameras for Flickr users uploading photographs. Whilst it is reassuring to … Continue reading

Posted in DPP, iPhoneography, Project 1: Workflow | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Social photographers

I’m writing this post whilst bobbing up and down on a ferry in the Irish Sea, returning from a trip to Ireland. My wife and I had traveled over with our 6 month old son to catch up with family … Continue reading

Posted in DPP, Project 1: Workflow, Project 5: The Final Image, Reflections | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Prints to Impress

Yesterday I received my first ever set of professional prints. I can’t believe that having started digital photography over 4 years ago, this is the first time I’ve ever really done anything with my photos. I mentioned in an earlier … Continue reading

Posted in DPP, Project 1: Workflow, Project 5: The Final Image | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

From Pinhole to Pinterest

As part of the learning process my tutor has encouraged me to look at the work of other photographers. Whilst I have collected a few photography books since starting my degree, the most obvious source of material is on the … Continue reading

Posted in Project 1: Workflow | Tagged , , , , , | 6 Comments

Processed Food

Why is it that the burgers on the posters of McDonalds always look more appealing than the ones you actually get on your tray over the counter? This was a question asked recently by a customer in Toronto, Canada. Surprisingly, … Continue reading

Posted in DPP, Ethics, Project 1: Workflow, Project 4: Reality and Intervention | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Olympic Spirit

Olympic fever finally reached the North East this weekend. A once in a lifetime opportunity to photograph the Olympic torch passing by. I am very proud to say I know one of the torch bearers and so traveled up to … Continue reading

Posted in Project 1: Workflow, Reflections | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

DPP Assignment 1 Feedback

I was very happy to receive my tutor feedback today. She liked how I had composed and exposed the images as well as concentrating on one subject. The techniques I had learned during The Art of Photography (TAOP) had helped … Continue reading

Posted in DPP, Project 1: Workflow | Leave a comment

Published!

The aim of my first DPP assignment was to produce a set of photographs that could be used in a book about swans. I used Blurb to create the book. It’s very easy to use and enables you to upload … Continue reading

Posted in DPP, Project 1: Workflow | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

iPhone Workflow

After completing Exercise 1 and Exercise 2 of my DPP course I thought I’d try and create a workflow for my iPhone, since I use it to take photos too. There are some key differences compared to the workflows I … Continue reading

Posted in DPP, iPhoneography, Project 1: Workflow | Leave a comment