Solent University 53-10 University of Southampton
As I had done some sports photography before, although that was cricket, I knew what to expect and had an idea of the camera settings to use, which was helpful to me when beginning the game. However, rugby is a lot more fast paced than cricket so I had to be able to adapt to changes in light and react to the players’ moves very quickly. From photographing cricket games previously, I knew that I had to take a more ‘fly on the wall’ approach as I couldn’t direct the players during the game. This also meant that I had to be very observant to get the right shots because there wouldn’t be another opportunity to gather the same shots and positioning.
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From July to November of 2017 I took part in an exhibition about teenage identity and how a person’s shoes represent themselves. I was a photographer for Dr. Naomi Braithwaite at Nottingham Trent University, taking photos at one of her focus group discussions. I was a part of this focus group myself, discussing three pairs of my own shoes and how I felt that these represent my own identity.
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On September 15 2017, I was the photographer for a fashion workshop about wearable electronics at Nottingham Trent University, run by Angharad Maclaran for her researchers; some staff were present, as well as PhD students (Advanced Textiles students and Engineering students). You can view my photos from this event here.
At the beginning of the workshop, everyone was introduced, as well as the subject matter. The ‘electric’ bra photographed below was bought on Amazon to conduct the teardown as part of the department’s research into wearable electronics.
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