This week we talked about how we might present our work… and I made a right mess of it. Wanting to put up all 8 possible photos meant that it had no clear focus and made very little sense with the “looking on a tangent” theme. I put up work like this on top of a terrible painting that I’m to embarrassed to show on here:
I wanted to show all the styles of photography that I had taken over the project rather than thinking about the theme and how I can best represent my work as a collection within that theme. As I was also focused on the four walks I had taken to get all these photographs I didn’t really think about how I was presenting the images, instead focusing on quantity of work.
After this I spent some time thinking about the simplest way to successfully show my work within the theme chosen and so this is how I eventually presented my work:
I also wanted there to be a clear definition between where I had been looking up and where I had been looking down to take the photographs.