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{Spring 2018: Part 2}
May 9 Spring 2018 3 (4) (1/250s f/5.6 ISO 220) So these cherry blossom trees ar (More)
{Spring 2018: Part 1}
April 11 Frank Melville Park (12) (1/60s f/8 ISO 320) Moss~ I had never take (More)
Color Portraits
Color Portraits I made for my ARS 281 photography class. These are the photographic color portraits I made of my classmates, Mitva and Kira Mitva by Lily likes cool colors and red Bright and intense [caption id="attachment_405" align="a (More)
{Greenhouse Photoshoot}
Here are the final photos I took from the greenhouse photo shoot that I did to complete Project 2, including some photos I liked from the camera study, I am so tempted to update this post with more info about each plant. Maybe I can do that someti (More)
{Spring 2019: Part 2}
May 7th Another kind of cherry blossoms here~ The trees I photographed remind me of a very similar tree in the park in front of my house. My sister and I often called the tree the cotton ball or cotton candy tree because of how fluffy the flowers (More)
{Spring 2019: Part 1}
Some photos I took the Spring of 2019. Not too bad, though looking back, it seems like I only take photos of flowers... and I just may want to expand a bit 3rd April So the first three photos are of this one cherry tree I saw on my way back hom (More)
Final Project: Maternal Connections
Personal Statement:  My vision for this photographic series was to create a thread of images focusing on the maternal lineage in my home. My parents are currently the only living branches of these ancestries—so this project has brought to me more of (More)
Preview: Final Project
For the final project, I wanted to create a narrative photography series based upon maternal connections--mainly the precious pearls of wisdom that our mothers pass down to us. Using several props (mirror from my paternal great grandmother and pearls (More)
Project 5: Portraiture of a Family Album
Reflection: For this project, I wanted to create a series based upon time-evolving portraits. The first two images of the series are of my paternal grandfather and my maternal great uncle. Both passed away before I was born and they were two people I (More)
Sharing Online Portraits
Two photographers that I took a great interest in throughout our course of study are Duane Michals and Vivian Maier. I became very interested in the use of mirrors in photographic images that both artists created. The images are compelling and have s (More)
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