Rhymes – Final Composition

After one to one consultation with Prof,¬†I had a few that was in the “Chosen” folder. In the process of selecting which image actually suits and flows with one another, I aligned them all into the template.

Therefore, these are my final 4 compositions that makes up the whole Humpty Dumpty rhyme.

Exploration of Compositions

So, I have decided to proceed on Humpty Dumpty for this project.

I had brainstorming moments with the images that the class shared in Dropbox. I also looked for my own images and mix and match wherever it looks suitable. With the images, I tried to think simple and play around with the positions to try and avoid symmetry. However, I still think those in symmetry looks the best.

The composition images below will be divided into its different lines from the verse.

(Some of the compositions had to be shared in one frame due to exceeding limit of image size for upload.)

LINE 1:

“Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall”

LINE 2:

“Humpty Dumpty had a great fall”

LINE 3:

“All the King’s horses and all the King’s men”

LINE 4:

“Couldn’t put Humpty back together again”

In conclusion, I tend to go for minimalism in the compositions, and I liked the repetition being included in the compositions for Line 3. These compositions are experimented on but sadly, not chosen for the final composition.

Journey

Walk with me through this journey~

 

This journey shows my daily routine to school almost everyday through the week. The idea was to capture what I see and experience during the journey to school and back home, into still images.

So after the recent in-class cinema critique, I’ve edited a few of the images and probably will still continue to edit on a few areas.

With that, end of Assignment 2!