Today we went out around the City Centre and places with a 15 minute walk to photograph the places on the list. The places on the list were:

  1. Sutton Harbour ୶
  2. Mayflower Steps ୶
  3. Smeatons Tower ୶
  4. Plymouth Gin Distillery ୶
  5. National Marine Aquarium ୶
  6. Barbican ୶
  7. Roland Levinsky Building ୶
  8. The Dolphin Inn ୶
  9. Plymouth Guildhall ୶
  10. Plymouth Pavilions ୶
  11. Genesis Building ୶
  12. Millbay ୶
  13. Theatre Royal ୶
  14. Union Street ୶
  15. Naval War Memorial ୶
  16. Drakes Circus ୶
  17. Charles Cross Church ୶
  18. The Hoe ୶
  19. The Royal Citadel ୶
  20. Drakes Reservoir ୶  

The places in bold are the places we went as a group to photograph.

I thought this task was good as we got put into groups with people we had never really worked with before. By being put into groups allowed me to see the different style of work people produce. For the second part of the day we had to create a mood board for our group images to be on, including everyones work. This was good as we got to see what everyone in the group had created through out the day.

First of all we had to plan our route by deciding which way would be most efficient for us to take. The group I was in decided to up through the barbican, then the hoe then through town up the the Roland Levinsky building. When we had finished our photos we had to come back to the classroom and work out: how far we had walked and how long it had taken us. In total we walked:4.8KM(4800m) and it took us 3 hours.img_4152 This photograph shows not only my groups results but the other groups results as well. Comparing the results of the other groups I feel like we all took the same amount of time and had given ourselves a hour for lunch, like we usually would have. However my group didn’t walk as far as the other groups nor did we walk as fast (4.8km and 1.6km/h) but I feel like we still took some good photographs of the places we did get to.

Today was good as we got put into groups with people we had never really worked with before. Being put into groups allowed me to see the different style of work people produce. For the second part of the day we had to create a mood board for our group images to be on, including everyones work.

These are the images that I had taken and edited on photoshop. My favourite image out of the ones I had taken it the one of the Elizabethan Garden as it shows the all of the stone work and the water fountain, even though the photo looks very grey because of all the stone work, the pop of green from the grass and trees makes it look brighter because it gives a pop colour.

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