A great team effort from this years new GCSE Photography students, Joe & George. We found a dark tunnel in the nearby village of Shrewley and we set up our cameras and tripods to experiment with long exposure light painting. We had lots of fun using a real lightsaber, sparklers and torches.
Incredibly detailed, embroidered landscape photographs by one of our AS Level Photography students, K.T.
Beautifully captured bunch of grapes with natural lighting. Reminiscint of antique still life painting...
One of the themes for GCSE Photography this year is 'Superstition & Fantasy'. Lily has been exploring Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and has been using her skills at make up to create some fantastic portraits!
Outstanding project by one of our GCSE Photography students, Lucy who has used a technique called 'forced perspective' in photography to create this incredible image exploring the theme of dance.
'Abstracting the familiar consists of using familiar and commonly found objects to create an amazing, abstract image by using a macro lens. Using a lens that can achieve such great depth of field and zoom turns what we can't see with our own eyes into a macro-world full of amazing detail and gives emphasis to the mundane features; abstracting the familiar. I utilised the camera's apeture to create focus on the best, most unique features. I find this to be one of the most interesting types of photography I have come across. These macro shots show the viewer that there is more to see to these objects than what meets the naked eye; there is a world full of detail only accessible through modern technology and photography.' - Alex G