With an almost final selection of images, Matt went through and narrowed down to a further few. I went through and marked up the ones I had put through photoshop with a white border. Even though Matt had included the self portrait, I felt slightly uncomfortable in including it, so I simply left it out.
This second set of images were the ones I had put through to print, marking them up as I went along. I made a couple of mistakes with printing – printing A4 size on an A3 sheet, or not changing the DPI prior to printing and so the quality was awful.
I like the difference between white borders, the space around giving the images space to breathe, and I think with my work, its almost quite necessary?
My final portfolio is printed on A3, and presented in a portfolio box, alongside an online presence on Flickr.
I like my final edit, and feel I could keep expanding it, as time goes on, and my work progresses. It was mentioned that my work has a common theme – the natural lighting, and perhaps this could be seen as an ‘easy’ way of photography, but within my blog work and progression, I have explored studio lighting and experimented previously, but feel like my strongest work is examined here.
Here is a link to my Flickr Portfolio