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Evaluation Of Trip To London Response –We walked from Liverpool Street then through Leadenhall Market past the Guerkin and the Lloyds Building walked past St. Paul’s Cathedral then over the Millennium Bridge to the Tate Modern Museum. Whilst walking through London we took lots of photographs of the different building looking at contemporary and traditional buildings, we also looked at reflections of buildings in other buildings. I think that the most interesting subject was the Guerkin because it had lots of patterns in the glass which looked really good whilst looking up, it also had the shadows of the surrounding buildings making the glass on the building look like it had disappeared. Practical – The weather on the day of the trip wasn’t very good the sky was very cloudy and it was raining for some of the day as a result of that the lighting not very good as the sky was a very bleached out white, and it had not definition of detail. This effected my photographs by making then look very bleak and the didn’t contain very much colour. When I was taking my photographs I considered the angle, the position of my subject in the frame and the viewpoint. In all my photographs I used lots of different view points and angles whilst also incorporating symmetry when taking the photographs. Success – The things that I enjoyed about the was that you can see the different types of buildings like the more modern buildings compared with the more traditional ones. I also enjoyed visiting all the new places like St Paul’s Cathedral or the Millennium Bridge. Out of the photographs that I took the best ones were the ones of the Guerkin because I think that I captured whole building. Improvements – The weather on the day didn’t go to plan because it made the lighting bad and made the photographs quite colourless. The thing that I would change would be to incorporate more colour in to the photographs to make them look more vibrant.


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Grant Smith Name – Untitled Date – Unknown What I Find Interesting – I find this photograph interesting because the Gurkin is in the center of the photograph which ‘catches your eye’.                   Name – Untitled Date – Unknown What I Find Interesting – I find this photograph interesting because

   


Interpretation of Grant Smiths Work


Michael Hallett Name – Untitled Date – Unknown What I Find Interesting – I find this photograph interesting because it uses the different lighting to show that the photographs were taken and different times.

Name – Untitled Date – Unknown What I Find Interesting – I find this photograph interesting because its very colourful


Interpretation of Michael Hallett’s Work


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