TASK 2: Research into Temporal Expressions – David Hockney

The second task that was set was to create a Joiner image in the style of David Hockney and to also produce creative photo images that exploits long exposure and short exposure. David Hockney was an artist born on the 9th July 1937, in Bradford, England. He has become a very famous artist as his work is not you normal stand art work, and he does more creative individual pieces. Some of his most famous work, and work that I will be replicate is his joiner images. These images involve using many different images capturing the same things, from different angles and directions. He says that these images showed how human vision works, and allowed the viewer to see and image over time and not just a still one the spot image.

Here are some examples of David Hockney’s works that inspired my motion blur

On the idea of motion blur images I had a rough idea on what I wanted to do, so I carried on exploring the ideas of roundabout and motion blur.

I will also enable my motion image to have a good “CYCLE” of images

David Hockney


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