Over the weekend, I spent time with classmates in my analogue photography class shooting two photo projects. If you follow on Instagram, you would have seen images shot in “real time.” While our assignment required us to shoot with our 35mm camera in black and white film, I also brought along my iPhone and my Canon DSLR, which meant shooting in three different formats.
The photo assignment focused on Charlotte Cotton’s first chapter of her book, The Photograph as Contemporary Art (World of Art) (contains affiliate link). We were tasked to figure out a creative way to use photography as contemporary art. To understand more about the assignment, I’ll share more details when our analogue prints are developed. But in the meantime, here are images from our photoshoot taken from my Canon:
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