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Michael Taylor

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Michael Taylor Philosophy Michael Taylor's philosophy is an abstract approach to photography involving light and humanity. Light is the subject. Genre Michael Taylor's Genre is Light. Michael Taylor tries to reveal light itself. Inspiration Investigation David Rohrbaugh's Biography Michael Taylor lives and works in Belfast, Northern Ireland. His education included MA Fine Art and
BA Design (1st. Class Hons.) at the University of Ulster in Belfast, and MSc Computer Science and BS Zoology at the Queen's University in Belfast. He got a 35mm camera when he was 15 and he fell in love with photography. In 2009 light became his subject for life. Work Bibliography Taylor, Michael. "Light Trace." Michael Taylor Photographer. 3 November 2012 <http://www.michaeltaylorphoto.com/#/light_trace>.

Taylor, Michael. "About." Facebook. 3 November 2012 <http://www.facebook.com/pages/Michael-Taylor-Photography/148099441925987?sk=info>.

"Michael Taylor: Luminescence Photos." Astrum People. 3 November 2012 <http://astrumpeople.com/michael-taylor-luminescence-photos/> The End Thanks to Ms. Ellis for the knowledge of this website...
and Prezi for making this presentation possible Work Reflection Questions 1. This is a photo taken with very slow shutter speed.
2. Michael Taylor wants the light to convey a dress.
3. The emphasis is on the subject's head and the light.
4. Line and repetition are very important because they convey the eye around the picture. Space is also very important because the human subject is the negative space.
5. This picture reminds me of an angel.
6. Everyone has an inner angel, and everyone is capable of good deeds.
7. I chose Michael Taylor because his genre and subject is light, and I really enjoyed the Light Drawing Tuesday Top Ten, and that is what this guy does every day, every week He has inspired me to look at light drawing as not waving a luminescent object in front of a camera, but as a way to express oneself and have a method in the madness. Reflection Questions 1. This is a photo taken with very slow shutter speed.
2. Michael Taylor wants the light to convey a picture frame.
3. The emphasis is on the subject's head and the light, especially the brightest part.
4. Line and repetition are very important because they frame the subject.
5. This picture reminds me of a frame within a frame.
6. Focus on yourself, but remember that you are not the only thing you have to think about.
7. I chose Michael Taylor because his genre and subject is light, and I really enjoyed the Light Drawing Tuesday Top Ten, and that is what this guy does every day, every week He has inspired me to look at light drawing as not waving a luminescent object in front of a camera, but as a way to express oneself and have a method in the madness. The End Quote I am trying to let light reveal itself. The process of working with light always leads to unexpected avenues What is an Inspiration Investigation? An Inspiration Investigation is a
project that students do as a part of
the Photography Foundations class.
Students research a certain
photographer and then take
pictures in the photographer's style.
This is my presentation of my
Research and my inspired photos.
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