sarahjbowman

All photos are my own unless stated otherwise.
www.sarahbowmanphotography.co.uk


The SNT Zine Clothing Shoot:
Here’s a little preview from the shoot I did with The SNT Zine photographing there new clothing range! What do you think? :)

The SNT Zine Clothing Shoot:

Here’s a little preview from the shoot I did with The SNT Zine photographing there new clothing range! What do you think? :)

Digital Hasselblad:

Had a workshop in the studio a few days ago to experiment with the uni’s digital Hasselblad’s. Here are a couple of the outcomes along with another photo I took afterwards with my DSLR to continue to practice the lighting techniques we were shown.

“Collaborative Practice” Module:

One of the final images from my collaboration module.
Designer: Anna Kompaniets
Model: Anjali Chawda
Makeup: Alex Gilbert

Independent Project:

Here are some rough makeup designs I’ve drawn up for a shoot myself, Georgie Brazier and Alex Gilbert are planning in the next few weeks. It’ll be a nice break from all the stresses of final year at uni to get into the studio and have a mess around with some photos :)

Featured Work:
My photograph, ‘The Human Solution - Romance’ has been featured in issue 8 of Tribe Magazine! Check out pages 108-109! :D

Featured Work:

My photograph, ‘The Human Solution - Romance’ has been featured in issue 8 of Tribe Magazine! Check out pages 108-109! :D

SNT Zine:

Since a lecture Nick Hewlett did at Plymouth uni, we’ve been in touch organising a music/dance piece for The SNT Zine. 

The sketches above are a few rough images I’ve drawn to be posted along with the project we’re planning for the coming weeks.

More to come soon! :)

Obscurity:

As a little break from my dissertation I decided to experiment with a few old photographs of mine to make some multiple exposure images. I have taken a couple of male portraits I previously photographed in the studio, and combined them with a couple of more recent images I took of London. What do you think? 

"Independent Practice" Module:

Since my last shoot, I decided that I wanted to start looking at different textures and substances, as well as make-up, to see what various effects I could create in the studio. So I began to look at different ways I could alter the viewers perceptions of the model, and decided that flour could be an interesting and playful way of doing this. What do you think? :)

26.08.12

London South Bank & East End:

14.07.12


Dash Magazine Launch:
Tonight I am excited to be attending the September launch of Dash magazine! I will also be meeting Anna Kompaniets, my collaborative partner for my third year ‘Collaboration’ module at university! Very excited for this evening!
12.09.12

Dash Magazine Launch:

Tonight I am excited to be attending the September launch of Dash magazine! I will also be meeting Anna Kompaniets, my collaborative partner for my third year ‘Collaboration’ module at university! Very excited for this evening!

12.09.12

Paris:

9.11.12-12.11.12

"Independent Practice" Module:

So far throughout this module, I have been looking at different ways I could manipulate the models appearence by covering them up with make-up, clothing and flour. However, I thought for this shoot I would take a slightly different angle, by completely stripping back the model. Having a nude model still alters the viewers perceptions, but in a more natural and honest way. I haven’t introduced anything other than the raw subject themselves.

10.12.12