One to One Preparation (and now for Group Critique)
In preparation for a “one to one” session, a range of portfolio work has been prepared in advance. Beware, if you download the PDF file it is a large size even if already reduced*.
For presentation, it has been decided to screen share in Acrobat page edit mode to give both a visual overview and page by page viewing depending on the zoom setting.
Status is a decision needs to be made to proceed with one theme. of which several are shown.
Probable preference for priority is indicated as
- sepia landscape & family archive
- cellular theme
- abstract with still from newsreel
- surrealism and other
There is a display of:
- a scene-setting image of current theme is on page 1
- sepia ‘Landscape’ prints at the start on pages 2-13
- a transition from cellular to landscape is at pages 14 and 15
- the earlier ‘landscape’ style variations are at pages 16-19
- a venture into the surreal is at various points starting at pages 20-22
- a family archive crossed with ancestral biology on page 23
- a theme of ghosts is explored at pages 24-28
- a non-human variation is on page 29
- a montage series with newsreel extracted stills begins pages 30-32
- a lesson learned is on page 33
- the pan cellular ex cellular series runs over pages 34-40
- running on to rather surreal examples of work on pages 41-42
- the cellular continues on pages 43-47
- the re-use of earlier work is broached at page 47
- an emergent theme example ‘animal life’ in b&W and colour pages 47-49
- random elements end the series pages 50-52 with page 52 a caricature
*Learnings at this point prior to the meeting concern the first collection as a PDF and files size being 8x over the allowance. It is the first collection and the solution is to use Adobe InDesign and the save to animated PDF format. This was taught at the university and the subject of an FMP video.
in the transition to professional quality (a lot of the earlier work has been experimental) standardised sizing has been arrived at and needs to be worked retrospectively across the whole image set for display consistency.