My first 3 ideas were surfing, skating and someones daily routine. I then decided to go with surfing because I find it will be more interesting to research and talk about as there are so many different aspects to talk about. I then began to start to research the spiritual side of surfing along with how surfing was popularized. I feel I had created good products which I am proud of, but to improve I feel I should of managed my time better when taking photos I feel i should of got more of a variety for example some in the day time and more action shots. overall I think this project went well
Poster 1: “the surfers code” title is very effective, good coloring, the rest of the information should stand out more. Continue reading “Peer assessment”
This is the Progress of my ident for channel 4 rituals I have made the text the dog and the logo move but I’m going to make the sea move and create shadows for the model and the dog and also add a sub heading. Continue reading “final ident”
This is some of my research on existing surfing products such as art, quotes, films and surfers, and also how surfing is represented. Continue reading “surfing representation”
this was my first idea for my first poster and my progress will show I’m my second idea. Continue reading “Final posters rituals”
Pujol is a 42 year old former pro surfer from the beachside hamlet of Capbreton, just across the river there, from Hossegor, in south-west France. Five years ago he retired from the pro surfing game after his third shoulder surgery. A lover of adventurous photography, and inspired by the GoPro angles of John John and Kelly,
Barely 19, Quinn Matthews has become something of a go-to photographer for the surfing magazines, Surfing and Stab. Quinn has the ability to squeeze a double-page quality photo out of even the most marginal conditions, either through innovative framing or approach to his exposures.
Dom’s got roots in Canada and a background in Mexico but lately, he’s been spending the bulk of his days on the Pacific island of Tahiti. The rest of his days are spent trotting the globe, camera in tow, while chasing the world’s heaviest waves. His style of photography is known for his willingness and ability to put himself in the most precarious of positions.