The photographs below are a series of test shots that me and my friend captured in order so see how successful were in trying to draw pictures with the flash on my phone. As we can see, from the first picture, we discovered that if we wanted to write words then they’d have to be written backwards, if they were to make sense.
These are the final images I chose to be added to my website because, I believe they best articulate the features of Bristol City, without being too obvious.
Firstly. I drafted together a small sketch, which helped me to structure my website appropriately, according to how I wanted the user to navigate through. After, I then used Sublime text software to then form the coding html and css for my website. I made 4 html pages in total, with 1 css page to control the styles.
The folder below is the entire contents of my website and it also contains any other project related material.
When testing the camera setting I realised that the iso function represents how wast the shutter closes, therefore the camera can absorb light for a longer period of time, which would be suitable for objects and light that are moving. I also realised that the Av setting is responsible the extent of light being absorbed, meaning that the settings should be appropriate according to the time of day.
The last photograph in the sequence gave me the idea to further develop my project by taking advantage of the exposure setting and making streamy light drawings with the flash on my phone
Soundscape In this exercise you create / take 4 different photographs of 4 different places that have an interesting relationship to each other. It is your job to embed them in connected web pages and design, Foley, record and edit in sound effects to the images. Embed the sound so it plays with its respective image. Interpret the idea of ‘place’ as broadly as you can. You cannot use any pre-recorded music or dialogue. Be as creative as you can be, adding sound that is naturalistic to the environment BUT ALSO works in counterpoint to it. Include the raw photos and a selection of photos you discarded on your blog.