Final post

Well that’s it, my work has gone off for assessment and my learning log has been updated so it is time to close this blog.

It has been an interesting and challenging journey and apart from the exercises and assignments from the course, The Art of Photography has inspired me to become more involved in photography in lots of different ways.Β  I am now chair of our local camera club and have a thriving photography club in our local primary school with a dozen regular children aged between 8 and 11 attending the club every Thursday after school.

I have signed up for Digital Photographic Practice as I’d really like to learn to make better use of the editing software I have, to know when manipulation adds to an image as opposed to compromising it and produce the best quality images that I can.

All I need to do now is wait for the results of assessment!!!


About Anne Bryson

I live in Gloucestershire with my husband Iain and West Highland Terrier, Isla. I enjoy golf, photography and my grandchildren, not necessarily in that order! Having completed a 10 week digital photography course with the Open University in 2010, I decided I wanted to take my photography further and enrolled for the Open College of the Arts BA (Hons) starting with 'The Art of Photography' which I enjoyed so much that I went gone on to do Digital Photographic Practice and People and Place. In April 2016 I enrolled on my fourth OCA photography course, Documentary. This blog is my Learning Log for this course.
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4 Responses to Final post

  1. ChloeClik says:

    That’s fantastic! Congratulations! Isn’t it the best feeling! Please let us know your new blog when you start the next module πŸ˜€

    • Anne Bryson says:

      It certainly is Chloe! This was my first course, I am now coming towards the end of Documentary, my first level course and plan to do Landscape next which is one of the reasons I was so interested in your blog. My documentary blog is here

      • ChloeClik says:

        Oh wow that’s brilliant! I am loving the Landscape course, it’s so different to what I expected. Are you going straight onto your Landscape or having a break first. I was very moved by what you wrote on your ‘about’ and after being ill (so glad you’re ok now) you decided to pursue what you love! I have Lyme disease and my mantra is ‘life is for having fun’ πŸ˜€

        It won’t let me access your blog for some reason, I’ll try again though.

      • Anne Bryson says:

        My plan is to tidy everything up for assessment then go straight onto Landscape. One of the things that attracts me to it is that everybody says it is different from what they expected.

        Sorry to hear about your illness but like you, mine has changed my outlook on life. Do as much of what you want to do as you can because you rarely get a second chance. I have go a second chance and I’m not going to waste it! Sorry you couldn’t access my Documentary blog, try this link I downloaded an app for my IPad as I have been away from home and messed up my password in the meantime. Hopefully it is sorted now and this link will work!

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