I thought these 4 images, although very different in subject matter and colours, were similar in the sense of framing and the closeness of the camera to the subject.  it brought to mind images such as Frederick Sommers “Glass”
A quote from Stephen Shore’s the nature of photographs that accompanies the image “glass” says:
"a photograph may have shallow depictive space, but deep mental space"

I feel that although these images are deliberately “flat” due to selective focusing and a shallow depth of field, meaning the space depicted in the image is shallow, the “mental space” is much deeper as it makes the viewer question why these images were taken and what they are part of in the wider scheme of the series. 
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I thought these 4 images, although very different in subject matter and colours, were similar in the sense of framing and the closeness of the camera to the subject.  it brought to mind images such as Frederick Sommers “Glass”
A quote from Stephen Shore’s the nature of photographs that accompanies the image “glass” says:
"a photograph may have shallow depictive space, but deep mental space"

I feel that although these images are deliberately “flat” due to selective focusing and a shallow depth of field, meaning the space depicted in the image is shallow, the “mental space” is much deeper as it makes the viewer question why these images were taken and what they are part of in the wider scheme of the series. 
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I thought these 4 images, although very different in subject matter and colours, were similar in the sense of framing and the closeness of the camera to the subject.  it brought to mind images such as Frederick Sommers “Glass”
A quote from Stephen Shore’s the nature of photographs that accompanies the image “glass” says:
"a photograph may have shallow depictive space, but deep mental space"

I feel that although these images are deliberately “flat” due to selective focusing and a shallow depth of field, meaning the space depicted in the image is shallow, the “mental space” is much deeper as it makes the viewer question why these images were taken and what they are part of in the wider scheme of the series. 
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I thought these 4 images, although very different in subject matter and colours, were similar in the sense of framing and the closeness of the camera to the subject.  it brought to mind images such as Frederick Sommers “Glass”
A quote from Stephen Shore’s the nature of photographs that accompanies the image “glass” says:
"a photograph may have shallow depictive space, but deep mental space"

I feel that although these images are deliberately “flat” due to selective focusing and a shallow depth of field, meaning the space depicted in the image is shallow, the “mental space” is much deeper as it makes the viewer question why these images were taken and what they are part of in the wider scheme of the series. 
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I thought these 4 images, although very different in subject matter and colours, were similar in the sense of framing and the closeness of the camera to the subject.  it brought to mind images such as Frederick Sommers “Glass”

A quote from Stephen Shore’s the nature of photographs that accompanies the image “glass” says:

"a photograph may have shallow depictive space, but deep mental space"


I feel that although these images are deliberately “flat” due to selective focusing and a shallow depth of field, meaning the space depicted in the image is shallow, the “mental space” is much deeper as it makes the viewer question why these images were taken and what they are part of in the wider scheme of the series. 

These 2 images and others that i have already listed on my blog are the images that inspired my idea to create a “white” series with my Huntsman photographs.  I like that there is only just a hint of colour in each picture, leaving the viewer to contemplate what the objects are based purely on shape/form
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These 2 images and others that i have already listed on my blog are the images that inspired my idea to create a “white” series with my Huntsman photographs.  I like that there is only just a hint of colour in each picture, leaving the viewer to contemplate what the objects are based purely on shape/form
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These 2 images and others that i have already listed on my blog are the images that inspired my idea to create a “white” series with my Huntsman photographs.  I like that there is only just a hint of colour in each picture, leaving the viewer to contemplate what the objects are based purely on shape/form

Quote IconThe Depictive Level - Photography is inherently an analytic discipline. Where a painter starts with a blank canvas and builds a picture, a photographer starts with the messiness of the world and selects a picture. A photographer standing before houses and streets and people and trees and artefacts of a culture imposes an order on the scene - simplifies the jumble by giving it structure. He or she imposes this order by choosing a vantage point, choosing a frame, choosing a moment of exposure, and by selecting a plane of focus.
Stephen Shore - The Nature of Photographs
White Series
These images all have a running theme of the white pigment that Huntsman make.  It coats everything as it is so light it blows around a lot. The idea of focusing on just the white came from the Naoya Hatakeyama series Lime Works and also from the Mark Power series CaCO3.
I think to fully appreciate a series like this I would have needed more time to get more shots in a similar vein.
I don’t mind that there is only one portrait amongst these as I think it is representative of the small amount of staff used to run such a plant.  Most of the work appears to be done by computers, and the staff are there for maintenance purposes etc.
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White Series
These images all have a running theme of the white pigment that Huntsman make.  It coats everything as it is so light it blows around a lot. The idea of focusing on just the white came from the Naoya Hatakeyama series Lime Works and also from the Mark Power series CaCO3.
I think to fully appreciate a series like this I would have needed more time to get more shots in a similar vein.
I don’t mind that there is only one portrait amongst these as I think it is representative of the small amount of staff used to run such a plant.  Most of the work appears to be done by computers, and the staff are there for maintenance purposes etc.
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White Series
These images all have a running theme of the white pigment that Huntsman make.  It coats everything as it is so light it blows around a lot. The idea of focusing on just the white came from the Naoya Hatakeyama series Lime Works and also from the Mark Power series CaCO3.
I think to fully appreciate a series like this I would have needed more time to get more shots in a similar vein.
I don’t mind that there is only one portrait amongst these as I think it is representative of the small amount of staff used to run such a plant.  Most of the work appears to be done by computers, and the staff are there for maintenance purposes etc.
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White Series
These images all have a running theme of the white pigment that Huntsman make.  It coats everything as it is so light it blows around a lot. The idea of focusing on just the white came from the Naoya Hatakeyama series Lime Works and also from the Mark Power series CaCO3.
I think to fully appreciate a series like this I would have needed more time to get more shots in a similar vein.
I don’t mind that there is only one portrait amongst these as I think it is representative of the small amount of staff used to run such a plant.  Most of the work appears to be done by computers, and the staff are there for maintenance purposes etc.
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White Series
These images all have a running theme of the white pigment that Huntsman make.  It coats everything as it is so light it blows around a lot. The idea of focusing on just the white came from the Naoya Hatakeyama series Lime Works and also from the Mark Power series CaCO3.
I think to fully appreciate a series like this I would have needed more time to get more shots in a similar vein.
I don’t mind that there is only one portrait amongst these as I think it is representative of the small amount of staff used to run such a plant.  Most of the work appears to be done by computers, and the staff are there for maintenance purposes etc.
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White Series
These images all have a running theme of the white pigment that Huntsman make.  It coats everything as it is so light it blows around a lot. The idea of focusing on just the white came from the Naoya Hatakeyama series Lime Works and also from the Mark Power series CaCO3.
I think to fully appreciate a series like this I would have needed more time to get more shots in a similar vein.
I don’t mind that there is only one portrait amongst these as I think it is representative of the small amount of staff used to run such a plant.  Most of the work appears to be done by computers, and the staff are there for maintenance purposes etc.
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White Series
These images all have a running theme of the white pigment that Huntsman make.  It coats everything as it is so light it blows around a lot. The idea of focusing on just the white came from the Naoya Hatakeyama series Lime Works and also from the Mark Power series CaCO3.
I think to fully appreciate a series like this I would have needed more time to get more shots in a similar vein.
I don’t mind that there is only one portrait amongst these as I think it is representative of the small amount of staff used to run such a plant.  Most of the work appears to be done by computers, and the staff are there for maintenance purposes etc.
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White Series


These images all have a running theme of the white pigment that Huntsman make.  It coats everything as it is so light it blows around a lot. The idea of focusing on just the white came from the Naoya Hatakeyama series Lime Works and also from the Mark Power series CaCO3.

I think to fully appreciate a series like this I would have needed more time to get more shots in a similar vein.

I don’t mind that there is only one portrait amongst these as I think it is representative of the small amount of staff used to run such a plant.  Most of the work appears to be done by computers, and the staff are there for maintenance purposes etc.

Although I like these 3 images, I do not feel like they fit with any of the others in a series.  These feel more like the beginning of a documentary series of people at work in a workshop, grinding and welding.  the colours are also very different to the other images i have taken, so they would make them stand out much more.
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Although I like these 3 images, I do not feel like they fit with any of the others in a series.  These feel more like the beginning of a documentary series of people at work in a workshop, grinding and welding.  the colours are also very different to the other images i have taken, so they would make them stand out much more.
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Although I like these 3 images, I do not feel like they fit with any of the others in a series.  These feel more like the beginning of a documentary series of people at work in a workshop, grinding and welding.  the colours are also very different to the other images i have taken, so they would make them stand out much more.
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Although I like these 3 images, I do not feel like they fit with any of the others in a series.  These feel more like the beginning of a documentary series of people at work in a workshop, grinding and welding.  the colours are also very different to the other images i have taken, so they would make them stand out much more.

This image is the only portrait I managed to take in this style whilst at Hunstman.  There were not very many people around who were willing to be photographed in this way.  The other portraits I made were of people working.

I really like this portrait, as I feel the person engaged with myself and the camera during the process of setting this shot up.  I like the neutral grey background and the splash of colour on the helmet.  Also I like the white powder covering the individual.

This portrait reminds me of some of the work by Thomas Ruff due to the head and shoulders crop and neutral background and the way the man looks directly into the lens.  I would like at some point to get a digital print of this made in a similar size to how Thomas Ruff had his prints made.

These images all work together because they are all different types of tanks.  These images are the ones I think are slightly reminiscent of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s work but in colour, particularly the first image in the series.  There is a strong sense of colour throughout these, particularly primary colours, with the odd exception.  I considered making a series out of just the tanks for my FMP but I decided against this after falling into a trap of being too repetitive with my Billingham Beck Valley project, as i feel this would also feel to repetitive. 
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These images all work together because they are all different types of tanks.  These images are the ones I think are slightly reminiscent of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s work but in colour, particularly the first image in the series.  There is a strong sense of colour throughout these, particularly primary colours, with the odd exception.  I considered making a series out of just the tanks for my FMP but I decided against this after falling into a trap of being too repetitive with my Billingham Beck Valley project, as i feel this would also feel to repetitive. 
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These images all work together because they are all different types of tanks.  These images are the ones I think are slightly reminiscent of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s work but in colour, particularly the first image in the series.  There is a strong sense of colour throughout these, particularly primary colours, with the odd exception.  I considered making a series out of just the tanks for my FMP but I decided against this after falling into a trap of being too repetitive with my Billingham Beck Valley project, as i feel this would also feel to repetitive. 
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These images all work together because they are all different types of tanks.  These images are the ones I think are slightly reminiscent of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s work but in colour, particularly the first image in the series.  There is a strong sense of colour throughout these, particularly primary colours, with the odd exception.  I considered making a series out of just the tanks for my FMP but I decided against this after falling into a trap of being too repetitive with my Billingham Beck Valley project, as i feel this would also feel to repetitive. 
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These images all work together because they are all different types of tanks.  These images are the ones I think are slightly reminiscent of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s work but in colour, particularly the first image in the series.  There is a strong sense of colour throughout these, particularly primary colours, with the odd exception.  I considered making a series out of just the tanks for my FMP but I decided against this after falling into a trap of being too repetitive with my Billingham Beck Valley project, as i feel this would also feel to repetitive. 
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These images all work together because they are all different types of tanks.  These images are the ones I think are slightly reminiscent of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s work but in colour, particularly the first image in the series.  There is a strong sense of colour throughout these, particularly primary colours, with the odd exception.  I considered making a series out of just the tanks for my FMP but I decided against this after falling into a trap of being too repetitive with my Billingham Beck Valley project, as i feel this would also feel to repetitive. 
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These images all work together because they are all different types of tanks.  These images are the ones I think are slightly reminiscent of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s work but in colour, particularly the first image in the series.  There is a strong sense of colour throughout these, particularly primary colours, with the odd exception.  I considered making a series out of just the tanks for my FMP but I decided against this after falling into a trap of being too repetitive with my Billingham Beck Valley project, as i feel this would also feel to repetitive. 
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These images all work together because they are all different types of tanks.  These images are the ones I think are slightly reminiscent of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s work but in colour, particularly the first image in the series.  There is a strong sense of colour throughout these, particularly primary colours, with the odd exception.  I considered making a series out of just the tanks for my FMP but I decided against this after falling into a trap of being too repetitive with my Billingham Beck Valley project, as i feel this would also feel to repetitive. 
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These images all work together because they are all different types of tanks.  These images are the ones I think are slightly reminiscent of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s work but in colour, particularly the first image in the series.  There is a strong sense of colour throughout these, particularly primary colours, with the odd exception.  I considered making a series out of just the tanks for my FMP but I decided against this after falling into a trap of being too repetitive with my Billingham Beck Valley project, as i feel this would also feel to repetitive. 

These images are the ones that I have rejected from using in any of my series.  Although I like the image of the old bridge posts at great ham with Huntsman in the distance, I don’t feel like it fits with the other, stylistically or tonally.  The rest of the images shown here are just not up the scratch. 
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These images are the ones that I have rejected from using in any of my series.  Although I like the image of the old bridge posts at great ham with Huntsman in the distance, I don’t feel like it fits with the other, stylistically or tonally.  The rest of the images shown here are just not up the scratch. 
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These images are the ones that I have rejected from using in any of my series.  Although I like the image of the old bridge posts at great ham with Huntsman in the distance, I don’t feel like it fits with the other, stylistically or tonally.  The rest of the images shown here are just not up the scratch. 
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These images are the ones that I have rejected from using in any of my series.  Although I like the image of the old bridge posts at great ham with Huntsman in the distance, I don’t feel like it fits with the other, stylistically or tonally.  The rest of the images shown here are just not up the scratch. 
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These images are the ones that I have rejected from using in any of my series.  Although I like the image of the old bridge posts at great ham with Huntsman in the distance, I don’t feel like it fits with the other, stylistically or tonally.  The rest of the images shown here are just not up the scratch. 
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These images are the ones that I have rejected from using in any of my series.  Although I like the image of the old bridge posts at great ham with Huntsman in the distance, I don’t feel like it fits with the other, stylistically or tonally.  The rest of the images shown here are just not up the scratch. 
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These images are the ones that I have rejected from using in any of my series.  Although I like the image of the old bridge posts at great ham with Huntsman in the distance, I don’t feel like it fits with the other, stylistically or tonally.  The rest of the images shown here are just not up the scratch. 
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These images are the ones that I have rejected from using in any of my series.  Although I like the image of the old bridge posts at great ham with Huntsman in the distance, I don’t feel like it fits with the other, stylistically or tonally.  The rest of the images shown here are just not up the scratch. 
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These images are the ones that I have rejected from using in any of my series.  Although I like the image of the old bridge posts at great ham with Huntsman in the distance, I don’t feel like it fits with the other, stylistically or tonally.  The rest of the images shown here are just not up the scratch.