Wisbech photography students’ work is snapped up by national magazine

Photography students Annabel Homewood, Rebecca Cox and Sarah James with edition 18 of Photoshoot mag

Photography students Annabel Homewood, Rebecca Cox and Sarah James with edition 18 of Photoshoot magazine. PHOTO: College of West Anglia. - Credit: Archant

Three College of West Anglia photography students at the Wisbech campus are celebrating having their classwork picked up by a professional magazine.

Three College of West Anglia photography students at the Wisbech campus are celebrating having their

Three College of West Anglia photography students at the Wisbech campus are celebrating having their classwork picked up by a professional magazine. PHOTO: College of West Anglia. - Credit: Archant

Annabel Homewood, Rebecca Cox, and Sarah James took part in a ‘paint-splash’ photo shoot, the results of which have since been featured in ‘Photoshoot Magazine’.

The trio used skills learnt on their CWA photography course to design and plan the shoot, test and experiment methods, guide models and edit images.

The photos featured in issue 18 of the publication as a six-page feature, and one of the images made the front cover.

Annabel said: “It was great fun and gave me the real-life insight I need into becoming a photographer.”


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Rebecca said: “It was really rewarding after such a lot of hard work for it all to appear in the magazine.”

James Blake, teaching support officer, said: “The full-day shoot resulted in so many great images that choosing examples to submit to the magazine was near on impossible.

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“Everyone is elated that the article has been published; it’s a great boost to the students’ confidence and their future careers.”

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