By Museum Ludwig Cologne
A desirable perception into the photographic selection of the Museum Ludwig, Cologne whic deals 860 works through round three hundred photographers.
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This may involve adjusting the head of the ﬂash to ensure the correct spread of light. Check that the shutter speed on the camera is set to the correct speed (usually slower than 1/125 second on a 35mm SLR camera using a focal plane shutter). Check that the aperture on the camera lens matches that indicated on the ﬂash unit. On dedicated units you may be required to set the lens aperture to an automatic position or the smallest aperture. Check that the subject is within range of the ﬂash. On dedicated and automatic units the ﬂash will only illuminate the subject correctly if the subject is within the two given distances indicated on the ﬂash unit.
3. 4. Shadows and silhouettes. Broken light. The twilight hours. Face and ﬁgure. Your ﬁnal work should develop the insight gained from all areas of your research and should include investigations into both natural and artiﬁcial light. Try experimenting with window light, studio lights, projected images, light bulbs, candles, torches etc. If you are having difﬁculty thinking of a suitable subject try working with another student using each other as ‘models’. You may decide to use some other person for the ﬁnal piece of ﬁnished work.
Using any perspective present in the image and the scale of known objects we view the image as if it exists in layers at differing distances. Successful compositions often make use of this sense of depth by strategically placing points of interest in the foreground, the middle distance and the distance. Our eye can be led through such a composition as if we were walking through the photograph observing the points of interest on the way. >>> Photography >>> >>> FOUNDATIONS The Frame Doctor’s Waiting Room, Battersea, London 1975 - Ian Berry In the image above our eyes are ﬁrst drawn to the largest ﬁgures occupying the foreground on either side of the central doorway.