Tuesday, January 31, 2017

4EVER

 To be completely honest, I feel like I had a harder time putting the images in this blog than I did actually thinking about what I wanted the images to be. Or maybe, I just had more fun doing one over the other.

As always, I changed my mind a few times and it took a long time, but I am happy with the results. All the images were taken at home except for the second photo. I also purchased the balloons (the third photo) once I reflected upon what I wanted to use as representations of air. I was really trying to think of things other people would not think of. And I feel like I was creative with some elements, in both photos. Hopefully, you will be able to understand them.

The rock with the cross painted on it is actually something I am considering using in a dda as well. I just could not help but use it in this activity too. The rock says everything it needs to about my faith and the earth.

Of course all my pictures were inspired by one of our Professor's Alan Levine/ his photos. And, I also looked at On Becoming Better Photographers. I honestly felt like I do some of these tips all the time, but certain ones were really helpful the night I took most of the photos. Although it was nothing new for me, I really had to "Look to the Light." I also tried to embrace "Change my Perspective by Changing Yours" which is slightly different than what I am used to because I usually take photos of myself.












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8 comments:

  1. That last image -- of the lamp -- is beautiful, with the shadows playing off the light.
    Kevin

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    1. Thank You! This is the light in our bathroom! :) I was looking/aiming up to capture it.

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  2. That is a very creative suite of images!

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  3. I looooove the air picture. Not only is the balloon great, but the blurry effect makes it look very very airy which I love!

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    1. Thank you! I love the fact you like it and the connection you made! I was actually considering taking another photo because of the blur.

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  4. I'm impressed with your ingenuity, Quanesha, in finding items in your home to do this. Air is definitely the most challenging; I thought of the balloon too.

    And I agree with Kevin, the composition and tone of the light fixture is a compelling image

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