Category Miscellaneous

Final Exercise. Rain

I absolutely love rain, I know it’s strange, it damages cameras, stops everything but it doesn’t have to have you running for cover. In fact I’m usually the one standing in the rain though not for long because of my asthma and health but if I was 100% cured I’d definitely be the one out […]

Illustration by Symbols.

This part of the course required me to think of some symbols and the possibilities surrounding each one. Nature is something that represents so many things from growth to life. Colours especially can always add to the hidden meanings or even obvious ones as you can see in my colour research study. Here I must […]

Featured :D

I’m really happy to say my work was featured on the Open College of the Arts Page. I was really touched by everyones comments and that Joanne felt my work was worthy enough to be featured. Thank you ūüėÄ

A Narrative Picture Essay

This exercise required me to set myself an assignment and photograph it. I decided to choose the story of going for a day out with my family. I wanted to capture the feeling of the day with a variety of shots. My sisters boyfriend didn’t want to be included so I tried to focus more […]

Exercise Cloudy Weather and Rain

I am so behind on this course which I’m quite upset with, but I can’t help it when my health relapses back landing me unable to leave the house for weeks. But thank goodness, I’m climbing back up again out of the pit and can return to my course. Exercise. To take photos of the […]


Today on Google there is a link to a new Trek¬†on the Google Earth/Street View. Intrigued I went to it and saw this about the Great Pyramids of Giza. I scrolled down four times until I reached the ‘Digging for Truth’ I’ve not stopped staring at it.¬† I love how the five clips brilliantly and […]

Assignment Four; The Video

Through this course I’ve discovered my love of film and photography combined together. I love creating a video to go alongside the photos. Hope you enjoy it.¬†The Magic Gemstone Ilona has been ill with m.e an invisible illness that casts her world in black and white of pain and misery. Then one day her sister […]

Exercise. Higher and Lower Sensitivity

I had to take several photos on high and lower¬†sensitivity by using different ISO on an overcast day when light level, subject movement or depth of field was only just possible¬†. It just so happened that as I set off to do exactly that the sun came out. And it stayed for several weeks. Which […]

Exercise- Variety with a low sun

Low Sun Due to my health and the fact that sunset is even later than it was before so I have next to no chance to be able to go and photograph them. However, there is no way I am missing them but I won‚Äôt use older photos either. My tutor, Sam Henderson suggested I […]

Mythology Study

Greek Mythology Interpretations of Greek Mythology art. My tutor suggested I look at the role of art in Greek Mythology and see how it visually tells a story. I found this website of incredible works of art of the creatures from Greek Myths. Mythology is something I have always loved from when I was very […]

Measuring Exposure: Part Two

I had to take a photo measuring what ¬†I thought was the correct exposure then take a series of photos with four different exposure half a¬†stop lighter then the next and then two more which were half a stop darker. I chose the beach to experiment with this. I photographed these horses on the beach […]

Beautiful Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposures After my artist study on the photographer Fiona Crisp I was eager to look more deeply into long exposure photography. Long exposure photography is something that I have never really attempted yet is something I would greatly love to try. The effect of slowing down a shutter speed to capture a new depth […]

Interview. Silvia Colombo

  Today I am interviewing the amazing¬†Silvia Colombo. Every single one of her photos is beyond amazing and goes beyond capturing just a snapshot. She evokes emotion and mood and her work just blows me away every time I see it. I’m very pleased to be able to interview her as she is a great […]

A flower, a sunset, and a cat: welcome to ChloeClik’s world

I was featured ūüėÄ

Love and a little bit of magic.

This is for my photography degree, I had to create a series of photos using colour and decided to add a a story to it. Hope you like it. I wanted to have an audio track in the background but it was taken down on Facebook when I had owl city in the background. So […]

Artist Study: Fiona Crisp/Long Exposure/Pinhole Photography

My tutor recommended that I studied several different photographers and the one I was most inspired by was ‘Fiona Crisp’ ¬†She captures incredible large scale photographs of subjects that are not only different to look upon, but also quite sinister. The places she choses are¬†those with dark or powerful histories, they evoke the mood suiting […]

Measuring Exposure Part 1. (high key and low key photography)

For the first exercise I need to take four to six photos where each one is deliberately lighter or darker than average. Photos that are lighter are known as high key and darker images are low key. I’m going to start by looking at high key images. High key photography gives a positive, lighter feeling. […]

Assignment Three

The final images for Assignment Three and my photographic analysis alongside each one. All the images can be seen in this short film I made her on IMovie. Sorry there is no sound, I posted it on Facebook and because there was music on it I was told to keep it down. So consider it […]

Interview – Kiara Vestigium

This interview is a little different, instead of sending all the questions in one, I was able to interview Kiara live so I could shape my questions to her answers. I hope you like it.¬† Kiara is an amazing, dedicated person who captures beautiful photos of the world, especially the big cats at ¬†the¬†Sanctuary for […]

Taking Students Out to Familiar Places

A fascinating insight into capturing different photos of the same place. I love the resulting images, they’re beautiful.

Mini Worlds

As part of my course I need to study different types of photography and one that I have been inspired by is tilt and shift photography. Here are a few I’ve taken so far – changed to miniature in camera – A miniature little house backed onto the beach of Coombe Martin.   The owners […]

Kitty BorosjenŇĎi Interivew

    So far we have met photographers who capture the drama and power of nature, one who aims to show the world the beauty and character of life and today¬†is¬†Kitty BorosjenŇĎi who’s photos beautifully portray the delicate and fragility of nature, yet at the same time showing how strong it is. Her photos take […]

Photographer Interviews. Lawrence James Cornell

Hey everyone As part of my learning log I am to study other photographers and study their ways of capturing magnificent moments in their photography. At first I studied famous photographers but now I want to do more. I wrote up an interview and asked on my photographic sharing website whether anyone would be interested. […]

Wedding Photos

Here are some of the photos I took for my cousins wedding last month. It was an amazing day and I hope I managed to capture the magic of the day. Let me know what you think ūüėÄ

Artist study

Cass Bird¬† I love her photography, it captures such an abundance of emotions, happiness, laughter, loneliness, contemplation and each photo is brought to live vividly through colour, lighting composition and the raw emotion on the models faces.¬†Bringing together a clash of culture from the Masai women on the beach jumping with sheer joy with the […]

Diana Marokosian

Diana Marokosian Diana is a photographer like no other. Her¬†photography tells stories, vivid, powerful and very emotional stories that penetrate your very soul. Sometimes when you look at a photo you find this¬†inner stillness and everything around you fails to matter for those several moments as you enter a new world. In some ways it […]

Artist Study

One thing I need to improve in my learning log is the amount of photographer studies. At the moment there are only a handful, I need to analyse more of their work, analyzing their technique, their artistic voice¬†and also to be able to successfully to describe the overall effect the image has on you. I […]

Assignment Five. Research

Well the wedding is creeping ever closer, I’ve been researching everything I can for the past few weeks and I think I’m almost ready. I guess I’ll find out on the actual day. I’ve been experimenting with settings and have purchased a nice flash, Canon Speedlite which I’ll be able to use in low light […]

The Journey Begins

My photography course – The Art of Photography – arrived a few days ago and I’m already loving it. I was a bit worried I wouldn’t due to the last course I took, but I didn’t need to worry at all. It’s so fun and I’m really excited for all the projects. And my tutor […]