Movement and Chance

Over at Ysgol Hendrefelin this afternoon in Port Talbot and we’ve been exploring ideas on chance photography. Using a set of rules and a dice our photographs were dictated by where our feet ended up at any particular moment. Being inventive with what you have means it ‘s a real challenge to get something good but it really does make you investigate more closely what you have around you.

Being resourceful with what you have is the name of the game. Looking for that one perfect photograph was the next task. We thought back to the early days of photography and imagined what it would be like to have only one shot left on a roll of film. How do you make that shot count? Well we found a way and the results here really speak for themselves.

Nest week who knows what we’ll find. It’s going to be really hard to top the standard of this week’s photographs.

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One thought on “Movement and Chance

  1. I love the “chance” factor in all artwork.
    Foul biting in etching, torn paper, found paper, smearing ink, a slip when cutting Lino.
    Keeps eyes and mind open!

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