Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Spring Series Best

These are my best of spring photos! Not only are they all my favorites but they also are very cohesive.  I like the clear, sharp, black photos. They all illustrate expression and emotions, those are my favorite things to capture in photography after all! 

Self Portraits

These are my self portraits! I put them in black and white to create cohesiveness, and create a strong contrast! I have a scar on my forehead and I noticed the black and white really makes it prominent. I like the black and white! 

Friday, May 20, 2016

Spring 3

I changed my theme. My theme for this week is color. As I walked through the hallways and down the street, I noticed the vibrancy and color throughout my surroundings. I tried my best to capture the color and contrast! I like the 8th one down the best because the light adds a really nice touch. Enjoy!

Friday, May 13, 2016

Spring 2

In this weeks series, I decided to continue overlaying photos that I have taken over the year. I found similarities in the pictures then I overplayed them. The first one of my series is my favorite because they both have light as the main focus of the picture so I layered the light on top of each other to create that emphasis and cohesion.

Friday, May 6, 2016

Spring Project 1

Overlaying with Similarities is my theme for this week. This means that I am taking various photos that I feel are cohesive and go together, then overlaying them to create a similar, bright image. I like this style because it looks nice in a bunch, they are fun to make, and there is a lot of freedom. 

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Class Portraits 2

 Ade had his images as black and white, and blurry!
 This demonstrates texture on Alex
 All black and white with a pop of color on Angel!
 Overlaying different pictures of diego!
Ruby with images photoshopped

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Class Portraits 1

Maddie's style of photography is self portraits. Her idea is to focus less on making them look like school portraits, but rather like professional headshots. Therefore, that was the photo I was taking of her. This way, she could chose any facial expression she wanted.

Maddie G. went for a black and white, editorial style with hand movements and gestures. I posed her and had her do the same for me! 

For Bella's series, I noticed she did a lot of zooming in to capture texture and depth in each photo. She was standing in front of me, and I noticed the texture in her hair and collarbones standing out. I told Bella to freeze because she was demonstrating her own style of photography. The black and white allows her style to stand out even more

Sam's pictures focused on overlaying and using other images/objects in his photos. I added an effect to overlay his photo just to make it a little more interesting than a self portrait. 

All of Nina's photos really caught my eye. She zoomed into extreme deatail for her photos so I did the same for her! 

Quentin photographed telephone wires. Here's Quentin and wires together. 

Brian said he takes pictures of cool things he sees. So I took this picture because it looked cool. 

Liberty photographed architecture that portrayed a certain kind of silence to her. She looked very peaceful in this moment and happened to be against some pretty architecture.