I have looked a four ways to display the images. I feel display float would work best for this project. The images are large enough to be enjoyed and visually explored the use of white space heightens your viewing experience and makes you directly engage with the images. The use of a thick black boarder creates a boundary between my images and the space it is displayed, in this case a computer screen and allows a marked area of interest.
Whilst documenting the collection of my images from the hives I managed to take this image. The images shows the interaction between the bee and my work but also seemly connects the two sides of the image which are very different, they are connected by the bees moving from the hive to my image. The idea of showing the connection between the bees and my work is very interesting and should be explored further.
Here are images of me collecting my images from hives. The images also show the interaction with the images the bees have once taken from the hives. The bees would continue to interact with the images now they are used to them. I have collected the images after the 14 days tolerance period and I am very pleased with the results. I have replaced the images I collected with new images, these images won't be ready for collection until after the deadline so will be wither incorpo
Whilst walking around Worcester food festival today, I came across a local farmer who specialised in harvesting eco honey. He had managed to transfer a small amount of his hive to a travel hive for the purpose of informing the public on their behaviour. I started to think this would be an interesting way to display my images, the images could be displayed in perfect condition and the public could watch the interaction with my pieces and the bees in real time. I must explore t
Nigel Wilson. I have looked at other photographers who make a living from workshops and the qualifications they have and what their courses offer, this is once again to further my market knowledge if I explore workshops further in the future. I have found a photographer called Nigel Wilson he is a professional photographer and tutor whose clients include the BBC, Sky and The Sunday Times . He is a very experienced teacher, leading inspirational classes at many institutions, i