Monthly Archives: February 2016

Out on Location

On Friday 5th February 2016, the web team went on a photo shoot in the local area. First, we met Toby Laurent Belson and Zute Lightfoot in the studio. Toby is a local artist and Zute is a photographer.They gave … Continue reading

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Our Photography Workshop

After lunch on Friday 5th February 2016 we went to the studio and met a local artist, Toby Laurent Belson, and a photographer, Zute Lightfoot. Before we left they taught us some photographic techniques by using photograph mounts to set up … Continue reading

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Year 5 Camera Workshop

On Friday 5th February 2016 Toby Laurent Belson and Zute Lightfoot  came in and took photos with us down by Trellick Tower in the little graffiti park.  We took photos of the graffiti – we even saw one graffiti artist in action! … Continue reading

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Webteam Photo Shoot

On Friday 5th February 2016, Year five went on a trip around the local area to take photographs on location. First the website crew went to the studio to meet Zute Lightfoot, a local photographer, and Toby Laurent Belson, a local artist. They … Continue reading

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Photography Fun

On Friday 5th February 2016, we met Toby Laurent Belson, a local artist, and Zute Lightfoot a local photographer. Before got to take actual photographs, we used photograph mounts to practise framing shots. After that, we went to the graffiti … Continue reading

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Fiona Hawthorne

On the 28th of January we were lucky to meet the artist Fiona Hawthorne. First we went on a walk to see her art and then she told us about how she produces her artwork. Fiona showing us her artwork … Continue reading

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Fiona celebrating 150 years of Portobello Market!

Fiona Hawthorne, who is a local artist, showed us some of her inspiring artwork on Portobello Road. She taught us about her ink pens and the reportage technique that she used (drawing people in real life really quickly). In total she produced … Continue reading

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