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Cute little plants also from this past weekend. I’ve made a conscious decision to post all of what I’m shooting on this blog, not just required posts and things that may or may not be important, but everything. Gotta get back in the swing of making things just for myself one way or another. 

Punxsutawney, PA. 

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So close to being done with studio photography!

This is Chelsea, and my second model for this project.

I used a soft box left side, and a parabolic on the right side along with 2 white reflectors on each side bouncing everything back in. Shot on a black backdrop.

The final images of these will be printed, with added media (paint) to give them more dimension.

princesschobes

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A few more of princesschobes shot for my final project in studio!

I have so many good shots it’s going to be hard to narrow it down to a final set few to display during critique.

From my series “Traces”

Shot on a Nikon N55 and a 35mm f1.8 with Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400. 


Traces explores the usually invisible marks left by the lips. By wearing lipstick, it is more evident what the relationship with the body and the world around it really is.

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“Traces” 2015

Traces explores the usually invisible marks left by the lips. By wearing lipstick, it is more evident what the relationship with the body and the world around it really is. These are just 2 digital images, but the entire body of work is going to be shot on color film. Traces is ongoing, as the human body is always affecting the environment around it.

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More forgotten film from spring break in Miami last year.

A nice little bright spot today since it’s so dreary outside. Wish I was here right now.

Expired film shot on a NIkon N55.

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Layers, 2014

My final project for studio photography!

After printing these I then painted on top of them. For this final I really wanted to combine 2 arts that I love, to add layers both visually and physically.

Thanks again to princesschobes for modeling for me!

(detail shots in next post)

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Here is my final first assignment for studio. These were shot using 1 hot light and a blue filter.

For these images, I was going for first of all, straightforward portraits but I wanted to add something else to these so I made them for lack of a better term “creepy pretty”. I was somewhat thinking of Duane Michals when I made these, as well as just trying to fully understand light and the studio during my first real shoot.

Next week I will be shooting something fashion oriented! With one light with either a beauty dish or a softbox.

x’s and o’s

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My final project for my history of photography class.

I chose to somehwhat emulate Duane Michal’s work. I’ve always been a fan of his photo stories, yet have never really attempted to create one myself.

This story is simple and tells of “coming home”. Overall I am relatively happy with these images because I was able to capture the movement within the frame that I wanted while still keeping the camera itself stationary on a tripod.