Went to weston-super-mare to document certain themes provided to us. Can’t say I find Weston the most amazing place on earth, certainly not the most happening especially out of season. Seems sad that sea side towns need to be in season.
I’ve only edited and bothered to filter out some photos that involve people – which is significantly less than photos of the place itself. I’m having huge trouble trying to organize them all.
That dog narrative I posted earlier has now turned into a ‘left items narrative’. I documented the items that were intriguing that were left on the street. There were a lot, so I did have to cut it down to 10. After doing so I realised that I almost had a series of items left that correlates with humans growing up. Baby things being left behind as well as adult things.
Here are some of the images. The whole collection on my Flickr.
Had a field trip to Weston-super-mare on Friday, I will post photos when I get around to looking at and processing 325 photos that I took. I’m shutter-greedy. Was a pretty fantastical day though.
Maybe I should be more melancholy on this blog as many people seem to be.
One of our inter-semester break projects was to take 10 photographs depicting some sort of visual narrative. The images should have some sense of connection and sense of time. I had quite a bit of trouble with this one, deciding on a good simple narrative which isn’t too complicated. Another hurdle is that it has to be photographed in an outside environment. I thought this would be a good practice of Street photography to a point, as it is a serious challenge for me.
These are some of the pictures I’ve managed to find – they have to be in B&W. I still have 3-4 more photos to go.