Photography lines

After researching what lines mean, I wanted to incorporate those meanings into the war photographs from Tim Hetherington and Andrea Bruce.

I printed a series of photographs from both photographer on to A3 paper. I then cut them up in lines, showing what emotions are within the photograph

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This photograph is by Time Hetherington. I have used thick, horizontal lines to show the solider’s strength, and he is hard to break and he is stable with the earth. He knows his footing and his mission.

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This photographs is also by Tim Hetherington. Within this photograph i have used thick, thin and vertical lines. I have done this as the child in the photo is vulnerable, fragile and easy to break  (thin lines) however he is carrying a gun. Showing that he has a tough childhood and has to have strength, and be bold (thick lines). I have used vertical lines to also show that he has to be strong, and stable to survive.

 

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