Month: April 2016

Wild pinholes

Take a look at this link about using pinhole cameras to document wild environments  – http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/site-specific-pinhole-cameras    

Audrey Hepburn – student run workshops

In January this year a group of year 1 and year 2 BA Photography students ran a workshop for year 10,11,and 12 students at Cheltenham’s leading art gallery, The Wilson. These workshops ran alongside a great touring exhibition of classic…

Field trip to Bristol – night shoot on Bristol docks

As part of the Photo skills module, year one students spent a productive evening on Bristol Docks with our visiting tutor Morag MacDonald doing a night shoot.  Morag is a leading social photographer with an impressive background working…

Visit to the Raghu Rai school, near Delhi by Al Pitt, year 1 BA Photography

We arrived at the Photography school located in the outskirts of the city of Delhi. On arrival we entered the grounds of the institution which was beautiful, displaying colourful flowers and architecture. The location was literally idyllic, a…

The Indian festival of Holi by Grace Thomas, year 1 BA Photography

During our trip to India, we were fortunate enough to be able to enjoy the festivities of Holi festival. Holi festival is an annual Hindu festival celebrated on the day after the full moon in the Hindu month…

The Garden Underground exhibition – by Violet Neumann (yr 1 BA Photography)

We stayed in an area of Delhi called Jor Bagh for the first week of our trip.  The part we were in was a very long road with a few hotels and lots of lovely houses many of…

Delhi trip – 2016

In March, a group of BA Photography students travelled to India (part funded by the Janet Trotter Trust Fund) with lecturer Tony Clancy, in part to help him put up and document an exhibition that he was putting…