I got on the buzz of presenting my work as they are shown below, i really like the impact that the eyes had on the print, which is not that obvious in the larger image of the subject. I decided to print each image on an A3 paper, because on reflection i felt that the images worked better as individual pieces and the framing of the previous format was distracting and took away from the vision of my work. It was a spur of the moment thing which didn't quite gain much traction in the end. I feel that to really appreciate the images i want the viewer to be able to get up close and be captivated by the inner beauty of my subjects.
Presentation Idea - The images are printed as one piece, framed by the eyes of each subject
Option 2 - I have 10 images that i have chosen, at the moment its all about how i want them to be placed on to the wall. The area where my images will sit on is on a large wall dimensions to be measured with a lot of natural light flooding in from the ceiling and the entrance way on the left. The wall is in the shape of a triangle. Below are possible presentation ideas i have been playing with.
This is an animation of different photo arrangements i took with my tablet. I chose a different photo for Pela (smiling photo) to a high angle close up shot. I changed it because her previous photo didn't seem to fit into the grouping of photos which i had. I feel this shot brings another element of expression to the collection.
These are the six photos that i'm liking at the moment. I think that they sit well together. I like how the top row sits. The position of the top three look three dimensional, which adds depth to images as a row. This easily moves the eye from one photo to the other. The bottom three, i'm still undecided about, i like how the brightness of the light matches each other. The movement from one photo to the other seems to go in one direction. It seems a bit unbalanced because Pela (bottom right) appears larger because her portrait is close up while the other two seem to withdraw to the back.