This film was dedicated to exploring the ways of a man who is touted as one of the most influential fashion photographers, Richard Avedon. While the film’s content and it and Richard Avedon’s own words were profound and very thoughts provoking, it was at times hard to understand due to the editing. One case specificallyContinue reading “Richard Avedon Darkness and Light – Reflection”
A brief reflection on National Geographic’s “Proof: The Photographers on Photography” This video was actually touching to me, in a way. I already acknowledged how meaningful and impactful a photo can be, but to be reminded of it is just as beautiful again. I use the turn beautiful because it does make taking pictures, andContinue reading “Proof of Photography: Reflection”
Color me happy it’s just about summer vacation time! (Not sorry for the awful line) To practice putting emphasis on color, I chose to photograph my friend at Belmont Park to tell a somewhat cheesy “beachy” “summertime” mood-story. For the first of these shots, I really wanted the summer theme to be strong, so IContinue reading “Color”
Drawing lines in the sand …not in that way, though. Just thought it sounded right because “beach.” To attempt practicing Pictorialism (and color, later in the day,) I enlisted the help of my friend Katt as a model. Rather than going by a book for a theme initially, I chose to look to our sharedContinue reading “Pictorialism”
With my family, I visited the Museum of Photographic Arts in person. Before entering, and upon initial arrival, I thought I would like the “Illusion: The Magic of Motion” exhibit the most, because I thought I’d be predisposed to do so since I’m a bit of a lover of movies and movie history and alsoContinue reading “MOPA Visit”
Since the recent and ongoing global pandemic has put mental health in the limelight, I thought putting a more personal and personally-brutally-honest twist on the story idea of “the creation of a project” would be an interesting move. It was hard to put together, personally and technically, but here goes nothing! https://www.blurb.com/bookstore/invited/9186043/430b4032151a0ee1122952c68a90a787064baa04 ^ Le livreContinue reading “print(“Final: Photo Book”)”
During Spring Break, I was with my family out of town. The timing of this assignment was great, as the Vegas strip is known worldwide for its bright neon lights and its hustle and bustle. Because of the high winds that were present during my family’s brief stay in the gambling capital of the world,Continue reading “Vegas Night Photo Walk”
To create a photo story this week, I brought my camera with me as my family walked around Old Town San Diego and did some light ghost hunting. In an effort to boost spirits and get a good amount of steps in, my family decided to go walk at Old Town. We hadn’t been thereContinue reading “Photo Story — Old Town SD”
And “SILVER & LIGHT” reaction This week, I shadowed one of my parents at work in the morning and took pictures of them and their coworkers I was quite limited in my options in terms of people I could meet with in person and take pictures of. I wanted to get some workplace pictures, butContinue reading “Environmental Portraits”
Casually wandered into the territory of a mountain lion for some pictures…. Prompted to wander around outside with not-too-many expectations, I immediately knew I had to revisit one of my former favorite parks. Right behind my elementary school, I pulled into the parking lot at 6:25 am. Unfortunately, I didn’t stay long. Though, I didContinue reading “Outdoor Fieldtrip”
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