Initial thoughts on Part 3

My first reaction as I read through part 3 is that if follows nicely from assignment 2.  For the first exercise, rather than shooting just in JPEG, this time I will be shooting in both RAW and JPEG and examining the differences between the two.  The scenarios you are asked to choose from are similar to those from assignment 2 and, as one of my actions from assignment 2 was to go back and re-shoot some of these scenes, I can use that as the focus of this exercise.

Reading on, I was quite excited by the fact that one section, and indeed the assignment, is based on monochrome.  I have just in the last few weeks made my first attempts at converting colour images into black and white in Lightroom, with no real knowledge of what I was doing other than how some of the colour filters affect a black and white image.  There’s a fair bit of work to do before I get to that stage though, can’t wait to get cracking.


About Anne Bryson

I live in Gloucestershire with my husband Iain and West Highland Terrier, Isla. I enjoy golf, photography and my grandchildren, not necessarily in that order! Having completed a 10 week digital photography course with the Open University in 2010 and wanting to take photography further, I enrolled on the Open College of the Arts BA (Hons) starting with 'The Art of Photography' which I thoroughly enjoyed. Next came Digital Photographic Practice followed by People and Place. In April 2016 I progressed to level two with Documentary and in June 2018 enrolled on my latest OCA course, Landscape.
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