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I create resources that show individuals how to use Photoshop, Photopea.com and the basics of your camera. I'm a photography enthusiast based in Chasetown, Staffordshire. I discovered the joy of photography at a young age when I was gifted my first digital Polaroid camera for Christmas, and never looked back. Since then, I have developed a deeper love and understanding of the photographic world from both academic studies and wandering through busy streets snapping anything that caught my eye.

I create resources that show individuals how to use Photoshop, Photopea.com and the basics of your camera. I'm a photography enthusiast based in Chasetown, Staffordshire. I discovered the joy of photography at a young age when I was gifted my first digital Polaroid camera for Christmas, and never looked back. Since then, I have developed a deeper love and understanding of the photographic world from both academic studies and wandering through busy streets snapping anything that caught my eye.
Photography Challenge Project Cards
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Photography Challenge Project Cards

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The Photography Challenge Project is a set of 11 challenge cards to encourage photography students, or those getting back into the medium, to experiment with ways of creating their images and promote creative thinking. The challenges included in this pack are: Forced Perspective Reflections Lines Embrace Chaos Textures Shadows Up! (Low angle) Through (Framing) Movement Unusual Dark Each challenge teaches different elements of photography, such as, composition, framing, leading lines, shutter speed, angles, lighting etc.
Images In Text Tutorial (Photoshop/Photopea)
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Images In Text Tutorial (Photoshop/Photopea)

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Images in Text Tutorial (Photoshop/Photopea) is aimed at introducing and teaching individuals more about the capabilities of Photoshop or Photoshop like software. With this resources you can show individuals how to put a photograph into your text - with three different options to choose from. A white background, a colour gradient background and the chosen image in the text and as a background. This resource pack includes: 3 video tutorials showing the process, step by step (Option 1, Option 2 and Option 2) Handout sheets that follow the editing process, step by step, accompanied by images (Option 1, Option 2 and Option 3) The original image The final product (to show what you are aiming to create) (Option 1, Option 2 and Option 3) (Videos are MP4 format and the handouts are PNG images - enabling you to place them onto a powerpoint slide show or print out)
Small World Project (Polar Coordinates)
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Small World Project (Polar Coordinates)

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The Small World Project resource pack is intended to teach both staff and students how to create little worlds from large landscape images, such as a city skyline, through the use of Polar Coordinates in Photoshop or Photopea.com. The pack includes the following: A video tutorial A landscape image A final product image Step by step instructions (with images) - Handouts Step by step instructions (without images) This resource pack is suitable for ages 14+.
Portraiture: Understand Portrait Photography Powerpoint
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Portraiture: Understand Portrait Photography Powerpoint

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Portraiture: Understanding Portrait Photography aims at teaching individuals all about portrait photography, its history, importance and approaches. This powerpoint covers the following: What is portrait photography: Definition When did it start: Discussing how it came about, the progression from paintings to photographs, the first image containing a person – Louis Daguerre’s 1838 image, the first intentional portrait – Robert Cornelius, 1839 and the first group portrait, 1920. Historically famous portrait photographers: Yousuf Karsh, Julia Margaret Cameron, Irving Penn, Diane Arbus, George Hurrell, James Van Der Zee, Arnold Newman, Herb Ritts, Richard Avedon, Philippe Halsman, Martin Chambi and Edward S. Curtis. Different approaches in portrait photography: Constructionist, Candid, Environmental and Creative. What is the importance of portrait photography? Current Photographers: Steve McCurry, Lee Jeffries, Jimmy Nelson, Rehahn and Lisa Kristine. Technical Aspects: Rule of Thirds, Depth of Field, Frame and Focus, Texture, Pattern, Colour, Shutter Speed, Movement, Angles: Facial Angles, Angles: Camera Angles and Lighting (Rembrandt, Split, Broad, Paramount and Loop). It covers portrait at a GCSE AQA examination level, but can easily be transfered to A Level studies - as it goes into great detail.
Macro Photography Powerpoint Presentation
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Macro Photography Powerpoint Presentation

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Macro: Understanding Macro Photography is a powerpoint presentation intended to introduce and teach beginners about what Macro photography is about and what it involves. The presentation covers the following; What is Macro? (Definition and examples) Where did it start? (Scientific reasons, F. Percy Smith and the invention of SLR camera’s- Single Lens Reflex) Famous/Current photographers (Alberto Ghizzi Panizza, Krasimir Matarov, Jacky Parker and Shikhei Goh) Depth of Field (discussing apertures) Composition (Rule of Thirds/Tips) General Tips and Tricks Activity (Oil on water photography, equipment list and instructions)
The History of Landscape Photography Powerpoint
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The History of Landscape Photography Powerpoint

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The History of Landscape Photography powerpoint is aimed at teaching pupils/individuals the background of Landscape Photography and its main influences i.e. Ansel Adams, Peter Henry Emerson, Carleton Watkins etc. It also features an evolution of camera technology throughout history to modern day DSLR’s and smartphones. This resource teaches individuals about the past and present days of Landscape photography. This powerpoint presentation covers: Where Landscape photography began Its definition Pioneers of Landscape photography Secondary pioneers An evolution of Landscape photographic equipment Current/modern day Landscape photographers Independent study challenge/homework
The History of Landscape Photography powerpoint
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The History of Landscape Photography powerpoint

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The History of Landscape Photography powerpoint is aimed at teaching pupils/individuals the background of Landscape Photography and its main influences i.e. Ansel Adams, Peter Henry Emerson, Carleton Watkins etc. It also features an evolution of camera technology throughout history to modern day DSLR’s and smartphones. This resource teaches individuals about the past and present days of Landscape photography. This powerpoint presentation covers: Where Landscape photography began Its definition Pioneers of Landscape photography Secondary pioneers An evolution of Landscape photographic equipment Current/modern day Landscape photographers Independent study challenge/homework