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When you photograph a subject as a whole, you often miss all of the intricate details. The detail is what gives something character.

imagine a polaroid picture without the white boarder, imagine Henry the hoover without his smily face, imagine a Big Mac without sesame seeds on the bun.

These small details all help give these items character.┬áBecause of this we went to Ness Point in Lowestoft (the most Easterly point in the UK) to photograph detail. When I say photograph detail, I don’t mean macro (close up) photography, I simply mean photograph a small part of something. Capturing part of an object can still evoke the object in its fullness, however can be more interesting than looking at the whole object sometimes. We were looking to explore this and try and think outside the box when approaching a subject to photograph it.

Please look through our results below. Enjoy.