Unit 1: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4

And finally, I have selected my photographs for the project.

Selecting final photos was good fun. We all printed out a lot of photos and one by one, we placed them on the table and the whole class commented on which ones we thought looked better together and therefore part of a set.

Whilst out in public with my camera and equipment, I had to be careful not to get in the way of the public. This was particularly challenging in central London as there are always so many people around. It was a lot easier in the park, but working with a child meant that I had to ensure that her parent was happy to pose for activities such as jumping off logs.

My selections were as follows:


I chose these three photos of a squirrel as he is sitting quite close to the camera which provides a shallow depth of field. The background is nicely blurred as it’s not an important part of the photo.

Shutter Speed

These three photos were my favourites and each of them is a good example of capturing motion with a fast shutter speed.


Set of five photos with a recurring theme – Phone Zombies