Thursday, October 28, 2010

B&W Prints

Finally scanned some of the photo prints I did last semester. Go to my Flickr account to view a few more.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010


1 : having the appearance of truth : probable
2 : depicting realism (as in art or literature)

Through framing, in-camera manipulation, contextual shift, and/or staging—introduce implications that question impulse to accept veracity of image.

In a nutshell, the objective of this project is to make the viewer question what they are really seeing in the photograph through in-camera manipulation (ie. Raw) and/or staging the objects before shooting. Basically, make the viewer go "Is this for real?!"

I had this idea to play with perspective but, due to the weather, I wasn't able to re-shoot so I had to change my idea. I started shooting randomly around my front yard and I ended up with this shot below.

This was shot in between the raining. At first glance, you think that they may be a landscape. They're rocks in a river or beach. It's not. In actuality, this shot shows raindrops on top of a car. Amazing right? =) I'm surprised that I did so much with so little.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Digital Illustration Project One

Punk-rock inspired poster to advertise the class. I had the hardest time illustrating the character but I think it came out pretty good. =)

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Bibliographer Website

Right now, I'm working on my first project for my web design class. We're making a website for a book. I'm doing The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Here are the different layout versions I came up with. I'm going to go with the first one. And I am very excited to be doing the coding right now for it. I feel like such a geek because I find so much joy in doing the coding. Lol.