So my time at University studying photography is coming to an end. This time in 2 days and I will be finished.
During one of my first weeks at University, one of my tutors said to us all:
'by the end of this course, you should be able to make a photograph, not take one'.
I picked up my final images yesterday that I have made for this last hand in. The prevision of these images has been immense, ideas for how to do it have been going through my mind for over a year and a half. It was great to finally be able to make my vision into a reality.
After seeing Andreas Gursky's work in London recently, I knew I wanted big prints. Okay they aren't as large as his, but these were about as large as I could afford!
I couldn't be happier with how these images look hanging on the wall ready for my degree show coming up in my University. They are exactly how I imagined they would look and for this project certainly, I wouldn't change one thing about them.
I might post how I did it later on. Although I kind of like people looking at them and not having a clue how I did it...