For my last week of photos, I decided to shoot something that required less photo shopping. I took some more classic, clean portraits of Courtney in order to show diversity in my photography. Overall, I like how they turned out
Pinterest Board: Focuses mostlyÂ on black and white images with a sort of perceptual distortion or sense of discomfort.
My recent photos have depicted an image that is flipped horizontally to create a mirror effect. I chose to use photos of dance due to the fact that the shapes and contours created by the duality of the images, mimics
This week, I am writing my weekly extra based on these photos by Australian photographer, Ray Collins. Her photos depict frozen waves that mimic the stature and appearance of mountains. I love the simplicity of the images as well as
Last week, my photos depicted a face that was scratched out and distorted. With these images, my goal wasÂ to show the thin line between beauty and deformity. I want my photos to prove how easy it is to cross said
These landscapes, photographed by an artist in Germany, are meant to depict fairytale-like sceneries. Although many landscapes are beautiful, I tend to lean towards portraits because I find them more interesting. However, this artistâ€™s work is an exception. Each picture
These photos, taken by Russian artist, where based of the stories of classic Russian fairytales. The artist explains how each work is laced with a hidden message which I think is very interesting. Every photo tells a different story and
I decided to write my weekly extra on these pictures because for the past quarter, I have been focusing my work on dance and movement. These photos use white dust and a female dancer to create intriguing poses and shapes.