These were probably my favorite shots of the semester. Most are for the composition that I was really into, and others were for the personal experience I had while taking them. All of these things made them memorable and my favorites.
My favorite assignments this semester were the environmental portrait and the photo booth project. Its odd, because I do not typically like to interact with others, yet these were the ones where that was most necessary. I suppose it was the other dimension working with other people brings to a project. My least favorite were… Continue reading Assignments Review
The Mortal Canvas by Daisy Ramirez | Make Your Own Book
These are my panorama photos. I took them at Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve, and the other one I took someplace I wasn’t exactly supposed to be but I got a good shot anyway ( It may or may not be someones private ranch) I didn’t want to do a skyline because i… Continue reading Panorama
Book Project Proposal Introduction Many times, the physical presence of our bodies is all we can be sure of. While our minds and spirits change and are hard to follow at times, our bodies are tangible. They belong to us, and we have some measured control over them. We can change them by adding and… Continue reading Photobook Proposal
The letter by the Guerrilla Girls was one of my favorites. Not just because I am a fan of their work, but also because their message resonated with me. They discussed being an artist as a woman, and how that already sets you apart (in addition to being a woman of color) from the more… Continue reading Letters to a Young Artist
My visit to the Museum of Photographic Arts was awesome. The variety of works by different artists made the trip even more interesting than a gallery showcasing just one artist’s work. There were two artists that stood out to me, and those were Gideon Mendel and Maxim Dondyuk. Mendel’s work was a series of striking… Continue reading MOPA