Further examples of Ao3 record. Some of the examples also have studies of the photographs on the same page.
Don’t forget to ANNOTATE!! Remember the Annotate post and also pay reference to your GCSE booklet given to you at the start of September.
In the top right corner of the first page, you can see where the student has paid reference to their artist. They have also created their interpretation of a win g which links to their initial theme. Note the clear, plain background where they have taken the photograph of their object.
Photo’s which have been staged to communicate their theme. They have also started to experiment with drawing by drawing half of the photographs – this can bump up the Ao1 and Ao2.
Great example of annotation and photography.
Musical instruments – this is a good example of how to take clear photographs of objects zoomed in. Remember to use the macro setting when taking close up shots.
Good example of photography, studies and annotation.
You could use a scanner to take photos of objects. Creates a real sense of depth. Remember to close your eyes if you decide to scan your face!