I decided to try loss again, I like taking photographs when it is overcast outside so I took these when it was just about to rain andÂ I think that helps with the idea of loss.
Last week I turned in these photos but did not have time to post them to the blog. These are continuing my “Life” project and I had to take photographs of loss and lonliness. This was really hard but I
This is an interesting way to turn parts of a black and white photo into color. It was kind of time consuming but the result was kind of cool. In the tutorial they just showed how to do skin and
Over February Vacation I skiied ALOT. The very first weekend I worked with all the little girls I teach and then the rest of break I just skiied and hung out so it was reletively boring. My photos I feel
Terri Unger is a local photographer from Ipswich, MA. He works solely in a dark room, with no digital. For this reason his photographs are in black and white or have a sepia tone to them. On his website (terriunger.com)
Continuing with my “Life” project, when I asked John what he though of when I said life he said “plants.” It was recently Valentines Day so a photographed roses. Then I thought to myself, plants need water, so I photographed
Continuing with this years “Life” project, I asked my good friend, Ben, to tell me what first came to his mind when I said the word, “life.” His thought, cereal of course! It was very hard for me to figure
Â Last year in photo 3, I started my own project of “Life through other people’s eyes” and so I decided to continue with this. I decided to ask myself what life ment and for me life is only good