My Photography Portfolio - my initial thoughts on the images selected so far

I was working on my Photography Portfolio. Then I stopped working on it. Now I am back on it!

I have had to go back through my old blog posts to work out where I was up to! I should have kept on whilst this was fresh in my mind – now I am going to concentrate on my Portfolio until it is sorted. When I say concentrate I mean I am going to spend any spare time outside of day to day work stuff doing this.

So where was I up to?

I have edited four images for my photography portfolio.

And here they are

1 – Horndean Technology Centre, Hampshire (previous blog post 18th April refers).

 Horndean Technology Centre Refurbishment for Hampshire County Council - Construction Photography by Rick McEvoy

Horndean Technology Centre Refurbishment for Hampshire County Council - Construction Photography by Rick McEvoy

2 - Winchester School of Art (April 25th blog post).

 Winchester School of Art, part of the University of Southampton - Architectrual Photography by Rick McEvoy

Winchester School of Art, part of the University of Southampton - Architectrual Photography by Rick McEvoy

3 – Hamworthy Park Junior School (April 26th blog post).

 Extension to Hamworthy Park Junior School, Poole, Dorset - architecture photography by Rick McEvoy

Extension to Hamworthy Park Junior School, Poole, Dorset - architecture photography by Rick McEvoy

4 - Private housing development, Poole, Dorset (blog post 5th may 2016).

 Private housing development, poole, Dorset - construction product photography by Rick McEvoy

Private housing development, poole, Dorset - construction product photography by Rick McEvoy

The next image in the set was this picture of St Anns Hospital, Poole, Dorset

 St Anns Hospital, Poole, by Rick McEvoy Construction Photographer in Dorset

St Anns Hospital, Poole, by Rick McEvoy Construction Photographer in Dorset

This image has been taken out of my Portfolio. Not as good as the previous four. Doesn’t stop me having a play with a black and white version though!!

I know and I said I was going to stay focussed. I will post the black and white version of this image separately.

I couldn’t submit a black and white architectural portfolio could I?

Four images for my portfolio. 26 to go, but now I have a clear vision of what I am going to include this will not take me 24 more days (surely not).

I will endeavour to produce the images as quickly as time permits, but first I need to spend time assembling the collection of images. I have a pretty good idea of the content, I just have to go through some more recent work to see if I have any new work good enough to be added to the collection.

Thank you for reading this blog post – tomorrow I will be putting down my thoughts on the next 24 images for my set of 30, and how they fit together, before polishing off the images in Lightroom and Photoshop.

Rick McEvoy Photography

22nd July 2016

www.rickmcevoyphotography.co.uk