Techniques and Processes 2B – Final Selection – The Landscape Photography of the Medieval Church from an archaeological and architectural perspective with case studies from Yorkshire – Capturing the Light

  Aims and Objectives for Final Section with Analysis: Any landscape photographer will tell you that in order to be able to make the most of your landscape photography, the light has to be just right. Freeman has written several books on the subject alone, Cornish is obsessed with it, Adams conquered the photographers equivalent…

Techniques and Processes – Outcome 4 – Analysing potential success in a limited market

Aims and objectives of this exercise: Was to analyse the potential for success in a limited market in the genre of photography. According to the Creative Industries Economic Estimates, January 2014 Statistical Release data, key findings for 2013 stated that there were 2.62m jobs in the creative economy. This means that the creative economy accounted…

ADVANCED STUDIO PRACTICE 2B AND TECHNIQUES AND PROCESSES 2B – WAKEFIELD CATHEDRAL AND THE CHANTRY CHAPEL POINTS OF INTEREST TO PHOTOGRAPH

WAKEFIELD CATHEDRAL AND THE CHANTRY CHAPEL POINTS OF INTEREST TO PHOTOGRAPH: 1. Heraldric History 2. The Rood Screen 3. 1470 painting over the chancel arch 4. SW spandrel of the choir arch to reveal angel 5. the corbels supporting the roof carved limestone 6. richly carved screens behind the choir stalls (NW corner) 7. on…

STUDIO PRACTICE 2B AND TECHNIQUES AND PROCESSES 2B – WAKEFIELD CATHEDRAL AND THE CHANTRY CHAPEL RESEARCH

Wakefield Cathedral and the Chantry Chapel   A description, narrative and academic study with archaeological and architectural facts from an aesthetic perspective. Archaeological Artifacts and Points of Interest: Points of Interest: Wakefield Cathedral Early Medieval (600 AD – 1066) BURIAL Anglo Saxon (AD 970- Early Medieval (600 AD – 1066) CIST Anglo Saxon Early Medieval…