So, I have finally made it to the end of my University life! After 4 long years of studying in Yorkshire, my final deadline is now within reach and I will soon be able to move back to the Lake District and begin my career as a fully qualified photographer. In some ways it feels like… Continue reading Final Year Evaluation
Last Friday we had to submit our final images and artist’s statement to Textbook Studios for the exhibition catalogue they’re designing for us. On the same day, we also had to transfer at least £120 each that we had fundraised to help bring the catalogue to life. About 3 weeks before this deadline I decided to… Continue reading Catalogue Kickstarter!
A few weeks ago I met with David to discuss my wedding portfolio for submitting to the BIPP. We had a really useful chat and went through a sample of my images. David gave some good feedback and explained what worked and what didn’t in each of my images to help me decide which were… Continue reading Wedding Portfolio
As well as my exhibition print arriving I have also now got my hands on the final copy of my book! The gloves were back on as I unwrapped the packaging (don’t want any fingerprints!) and the final book was revealed! I’m really pleased with it – it’s a lot smaller than the dummy book… Continue reading Deluge – Final Version
My final exhibition print has arrived at last! It was a very tense moment opening the tube and carefully unwrapping the protective paper (complete with my winter gloves for extra protection against fingerprints!), but eventually the print was out. I had been quite worried that the colours wouldn’t quite be right as I had some… Continue reading Exhibition Final Print
Today I submitted my FMP project to a local art gallery to see if I can exhibit my work there. The gallery is called the Brewery Arts Centre and is in my hometown of Kendal. I’ve been visiting the centre for years for various different things – the cinema, theatre, art shows, music concerts, and also their… Continue reading Applying to Exhibit
My test strips from the Print Space arrived in the post today – I was really excited to see how my image looked on each different paper type! I ordered test strips on the Kodak Metallic, Canson Baryta, Hahnemühle Photo Rag and Hahnemühle Pearl. First was the Canson Baryta. This is a slightly glossy paper, but not quite… Continue reading Test Strips