One of the fabulous things about being an educator of Photography at PIC photographic imaging centre teaching photo-imaging is the time given over to working with students on all things photographic.
This week saw us working on a brief called the 4 corner challenge. Basically a location is chosen with 4 corners; each ideally having a different backdrop. The students visit the location on google earth then plan a shoot based on what they see.
The screen-grab above is from google maps, and is of Fitzroy, a inner Melbourne suburb that has plenty of character, this year’s chosen location.
Here is one of from street view.
The students today thrived with the challenge of quickly producing a shoot from the location chosen.
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