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So for my contrasts assignment my theme is glassware. I’ve shot most of the photos but I need edit them. However, I wanted a nice way to present some information for each pair of images. I decided on infographics. I don’t know if I’m going to manage for each pair but I’m going to give it a go. Here is my first one – the information that will go alongside my photos from curved and straight:
This assignment is presented as a series of contrasting pairs of words. I had decided how to respond to this assignment before I had got to the chapter on contrasts in Michael Freemans book. In that chapter (p34) it discussed this assignment as an 1920s art experiment and the results were all completely disparate photographs showing the different words. I had already decided I wanted my whole project to be a series of similar subjects. So as a personal exercise I went through my back catalogue to find examples to present to you in the style of the original experiment. 8 pairs of words and one image that has two word (black & white in this case). Hover the mouse over the images to see what the photo represents. Click on the images to see the gallery of larger images.