Friday, 7 July 2017

Off the Wall

As we near the end of term, we’re celebrating creativity at Passport to Employability. This week’s guest contributor is Year 10 employee Trinity, who reflects on her recent photographic work…

'My name is Trinity and I am in Year 10. I completed this task for the NCFE Level 1 Award in Photography. I had to choose 10 images for my final piece and to create a gallery-style display.

For my final piece, I chose twelve images. The first ten I chose were my favourites from all the shoots I had previously done. 

The additional two I chose were more abstract images and resemble ones I would usually put on my social media. These were Image 2 and Image 8. Image 2 was edited using I took away the colour using a black/white filter and enhanced the brightness. 

Image 8 started off as an accident; it was overexposed. I used to decrease the brightness and I liked the idea of using a blurry image for my final piece.

I used a Canon EOS 1200D to capture my photos. I like order in photography because I normally lack order on a day to day basis.'

Elsewhere, employees studying for the NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Moving Image Production have been busy editing their final film sequences, which we look forward to sharing with you next week, along with photos from our final farewell to our Year 11 employees.

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