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Photography: Editorial and Advertising

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First year Michal Urbansky shoots the Portrait brief for the Introduction to Editorial and Advertising module.

For the Portrait Brief in this module, we were asked to shoot two portraits for a magazine. I have chose i-D Magazine because I wanted to create something creative and rebellious that would fit with the style of…

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Second year Zoe Simmons shoots the Portrait to Promote and Zine brief for the Editorial with Moving Image Module

Zine Brief – Textures For my zine I explored textures and the way they create motion. I am hugely inspired by the various textures, elements and movement you can create with cosmetics and skincare products. Texture brings depth…

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Jennifer Woolnough-Rai shoots the zine brief for the Editorial Photography with Moving Image module

“BORN IN THE WRONG BODY” I used this module to create a zine and accompanying moving image piece to document and highlight transgender issues. Transgender is an umbrella term that captures the diverse spectrum of gender identity. Transgender,…

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First year, Eden Watterson shoots the 80’s Perfume and Cosmetics brief for the Introduction to Editorial and Advertising Photography module

When I started this module I was really excited to explore product photography as it was something I had not looked at much before. In the second week of the course I was inspired by the skincare brand…

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Second year, Luke Garland shoots a street style fashion series for the Zine brief in the Editorial with Moving Image module.

The work produced is about different ‘Street Styles’ and the kind of people that wear these styles. To gather personality and individuality in my imagery I encouraged the models to choose their own outfit because they know more…

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Second year, Satyam Ghelani shoots a fashion inspired series for the Zine with Moving Image for the Editorial with Moving Image module.

For this project, I wanted to take a different approach and build my narrative around an individual garment itself. This zine is based around the prominent North Face ‘puffa’ jackets, in which they have become more than just…

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Second year, Mae Brown shoots the ‘Portrait to Promote’ brief for the Editorial with Moving Image module

For this brief I decided that I wanted to photograph a farmer in the Cheltenham/Gloucestershire area. This was to push me out of my comfort zone and to start building my base of contacts in this area, rather…

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Second year, Jeanne Tizon shoots a fashion inspired Zine for the Editorial with Moving Image module

Monochrome Zine Having always been fascinated by colour theory, I knew I wanted to base my Zine around different hues and shades from the outset. Wanting to specialise in Fashion and Still Life photography, this was the perfect…

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First year, Thi Kim Dung Duong shoots the Portrait and Clothing briefs for the Introduction to Editorial and Advertising Photography module.

For clothing summary, I made my decision to pick up Ryka brand. The reason I express my admiration for this brand is the way they appreciate different women by making particular types of shoes for those whose muscle…

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First year, Alex Mcdowell shoots the TV and Clothing brief for the Introduction to Editorial and Advertising Photography module.

For my first module, Introduction to Advertising and Editorial Photography, I was given a range of briefs; this is a mixture of work from two that I selected. First, was to shoot two images for social media to…

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