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Work inspired by David Hockney

David Hockney's work includes some wonderful photomontages where a large piece of artwork is made up of lots of smaller photographs put together and on top of each other.

We decided to have a go at some very simple photomontages of our own. The children took photographs of each other with a standard film camera. They stood a set distance away from each other and took photographs of chunks of each others bodies moving from the head down. They had to be careful to maintain a constant distance away from their subject. The subject stood on a table and a chair, table and the floor were used to raise and lower the photographer (if you bend down you tend to move closer or further away from the subject).

The example on the left isn't a particularly good one! The pictures the children did of themselves came out really well and look a lot more effective. However, I don't like publishing pictures of the children on the Net so I hope the picture gives you some sort of idea.

This was all done before we had access to a digital camera. I can't wait to have a go at doing something similar with that! :-)



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