Tag Archive: landscape

The Secret of Spaces

The Secret of Spaces   ‘Throughout history, cities, towns and villages have been places where people have come together to live, socialise and exchange goods and ideas. In doing so, they have contributed… Continue reading

Public Spaces – Power & History

For the development of my final body of work project, the residential aspect spoke closer to my heart; finding it easier to portray the concept of the personal and historical value; the attachment and… Continue reading

Silhouette – First Dipticks

  Susanne Silveira Photography BA-Year 2 / Studio Practice 2-B / Bradford College 2012-13

Silhouette – Digital (using Canon 60D)

  Susanne Silveira Studio Practices 2-B / Photography BA Hons – Year 2 / Bradford College 2012-13

Silhouette on Medium Format

Working with a my medium format Camera, this is my first test shoot, looking into the landscape in a square format.   Susanne Silveira Studio Practice 2-B / Photography BA Hons – Year… Continue reading

A first view on Silhouette

My first view on the Silhouette project and the grand scale of the land transformation to accommodate mankind. (Panoramic stitching techniques need improving.) Susanne Silveira Silhouette – Studio Practice 2-B / Photography BA… Continue reading

Historical Parks in Bradford – Final Critical Report

Historical Parks in Bradford West Yorkshire – UK Final Critical Report & Research overview My name is Susanne Silveira and I have researched and visited the ten English Heritage Parks in Bradford District… Continue reading

PDP – Who am I?

This is who I am not…             This is who I am…       This is who I want to be!         Susanne Silveira PDP – Photography… Continue reading

A Moment in Time – Technique and Processes 2-A – Project Proposal

A Moment in Time TECHNIQUES AND PROCESSES – PHOTOGRAPHY BA – YEAR 2 Draft 1 For this project we have been given a ‘No day light’ brief. We must explore and learn to… Continue reading

Historical Parks in Bradford

Historical Parks in Bradford – Project Proposal (draft 1) ‘The Bradford District has thirty six public parks, totalling an area of over two hundred and seventy hectares. Ten of the parks are on… Continue reading

It was about time.

Spring in the North Hemisphere should have started in March, but here in England we have had the persistent grey tones and mid tones since last year. Our winter wasn’t that great either,… Continue reading

Levels and Curves, Feathers and Masks

Last Wednesday a group of Students and Staff had the great opportunity to visit the 2012 Focus on Imaging in Birmingham. Among many showcases of technology and tools available to assist and perfect… Continue reading

Working with Monotones (part a)

This was a technical development class. Looking into how a photograph can be manipulated and enhancement through first editing the images mode to grey-scale, adjusting the levels and curves to better highlight the… Continue reading