Tag Archives: digital media in practice
Pinhole photography and the art of making your own camera Want to get into photography? Can’t afford to buy a camera? Got a shoebox, plenty of masking tape, lots of patience and a bit of tinfoil? Then you too can make … Continue reading
I am lucky enough to live in an old building, so old in fact it’s called ‘Old Building’. I believe it dates from 1822. The rooms are bijou with high ceilings, my west-facing window catches a lot of sun in the early evening. … Continue reading
The Zenit-E: A Revolutionary Picture This is the Zenit-E, a Soviet 35mm SLR (Single-Lens Reflex) that has a die-cast frame,
Henri Cartier-Bresson: A Life in the Street There are many photographers I admire greatly, but above all my favourite is the French master, Henri Cartier-Bresson. Born in Northern France on 22nd August 1908, Cartier-Bresson was raised in a financially comfortable environment in which … Continue reading
DMiP Week 7 The focus this week was on motion tracking and effects using the ‘Final Cut Pro’ editing suite and the motion graphics software, ‘Motion’.
DMiP Week 6 In our sixth installment of Digital Media in Practice we were learning about more exciting features in the excellent editing program ‘Final Cut Pro’ (Choice of the Cohen brothers I hear tell!).