Living in the UK means that we don’t get a great deal of sunlight except in the summer but even that is difficult as our seasons have blurred drastically in the last couple of months. Today I’ll be showing you how I edit my photos – and yes, this includes those already featured on my blog! Whilst every photo has its own characteristics dependent on things like lighting and shutter speed, I generally use the same steps for every photo that I edit. There are however, some rules I abide by first before editing anything. My first rule of thumb is to make sure that the base of the photo is good enough to edit. This includes good lighting (or at the very least, average lighting), a considered composition and a decent quality all-around. If all these boxes are ticked, it will make the editing process a lot easier and more successful. To give you a bit of guidance, I never take photos in artificial (bedroom) lighting because I know from experience, editing will never …
Costing Sheets and Specification Sheets as part of Gerber Module during Final Collection at University. All technical drawings completed via Adobe Illustrator, and are 100% original designs from my collection, dealing with drape lines, intricate details and above all, three-dimensional products. Some products were cut via Gerber Accumark software whilst others were manually cut first before being digitised, amended and plotted. My Graduate Collection predominantly deals with the ‘Puzzle’, its definitions and how this can be translated into garment design. As evident, I am confident in my skill to illustrate these garments and communicate them as best as possible to an otherwise stranger. I set myself a high standard to make such information viewable and extremely informative. Please do not remove content and claim as your own. Use as Reference Only.
Live University Group Project for British fashion brand Reiss from concept/inspiration to product realisation. “Structuring the Organic” begins with Claude Monet’s Water Lilies series at the Musée de l’Orangerie, and its wide contrasting setting. This juxtaposition of nature and clean architecture creates an unique interface for the Reiss Woman to explore textures and colour in a more sophisticated way. As a group, we utilised the use of print, design detail and fabric to translate our inspirations whilst still having the customer in mind. Disclaimer: Please do not remove content and claim as your own, use as reference only.
Retail Report as part of a project at University, to understand the high street and the competition that it faces. All image layout and design created using Adobe Photoshop. All written content 100% my own, in analysis of the company as per described through numerous store visits and online browsing (all quotes are otherwise referenced by said person/company in bold font). References: Mintel | Topshop | Warehouse | River Island | Zara