A4 revised set following peer review


removed the oblique image and used a different fly image. Set no longer balances.

returned to original fly image and added view out. Rearranged the fly image and put the TEL image centrally to get the text images even. This is the final set.



6 thoughts on “A4 revised set following peer review

  1. Elizabeth March 15, 2017 / 7:50 pm

    Love the final set Kate, well done, it was worth all the hard work. :0)

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    • Kate March 15, 2017 / 9:36 pm

      Thank you! I’m fond of them too, just a few bits to tidy up before I submit.

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  2. Photobooth Journal March 15, 2017 / 9:54 pm

    Hi Kate
    Yes, I did see these. I have a terrible memory!
    There were so many others that I loved in the originals.
    Did you find it hard to choose this grouping? I imagine they are now to be seen as one artwork.


    • Kate March 15, 2017 / 10:07 pm

      Hi Kate, thank you 🙂 Yes, the grouping was hard. There were lots more images with text, both straight and trippy, that I liked but I didn’t want to unbalance the set. I wanted to try to concentrate on the light, and how that makes the boxes so recognisable. From the outside, at least, not many people see the insides of the boxes any more so I wanted to show some of the characteristics of the inside too. I’m not really sure yet how they will be seen – I think they could work as a book. I’ll wait and see what my tutor suggests. At the very least they will go to assessment as prints, but I can submit digitally to my tutor for feedback.

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      • Photobooth Journal March 16, 2017 / 6:38 am

        It is great that you have so many options and can experiment with formats. I can see many of the best in this series from the contact sheets, printed out in a postcard size, (including your red annotations), mounted on white walls of an exhibition space at eye level and in a single line. I hope you can imagine what I mean! I think they would look stunning exhibited like that.


      • Kate March 16, 2017 / 11:10 am

        I like that idea very much, thank you. I hadn’t considered postcards but it’s a format I’ve used successfully before. The annotations were added in a normal graphics editor rather than in Lightroom, but there’s a lot to think about. Thank you!

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