Producing a photographic print does not have to be the end of your creative process.
There are many ways to experiment with images that can add extra interest, meaning and impact to your work.
This could be as simple as printing your images in different sizes or as complicated as adding a range of other media, or using photographs as part of three dimensional forms.
Drawing or painting into your photographic film or onto your prints can add to and embellish your work. You could also print the photos out and then work into them.
Stitching and embroidery can be used to highlight shapes and details.
A photomontage collage can be created using cut out or torn photos
You can experiment with colour effects through traditional techniques such as sepia toning, or by using digital filters.
You can combine multiple images of the same subject using image manipulation software.
Displaying a number of images together can add to the mood and meaning of your photography.