Link to My Skb/Blog
http://poon-isbdigitallfall11.tumblr.com/


Elements






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Framing
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Reflections
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Leading Line

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Shadows
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Rule of Thirds
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Point of View

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Introduction of a Prop
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Eye contact
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Obscuring part of the subject

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ghosting
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Light painting portrait
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Writing with light


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My Best Photo
This photo was taken during the light painting unit. WIth the use of the holographium application on the iPhone. Started off as a simple light painting experiment, and ended as a light painting portrait. Using a flashlight to light up my face, and create a subtle, and emotional but intense feel. With my name flowing just to the right on neck level.


Walker Evans
Walker Evans was a man who documented the effects of the great depression. I myself really enjoy economics, so his style really interested me. It showed me how I could use photography to document the effects of the economy.
Annie Leibovitz
Another Artist I really enjoyed was Annie Leibovitz. I thought that her portraits were certainly one of a kind. They had a special element, which was her unique style. I especially liked the portrait of Van Gogh. The black and white made it simple, but his gaze, his eye contact was literally sharp and deadly. It was definitely an unforgettable portrait.
David Hawking
David Hawking was another photographer that I really liked. I especially liked his singular style of taking multiple images from different point of view to create a photograph that is one object but with each part looking slightly distorted. His style really showed me that we could have fun with photography and at the same time create a very powerful image.

Link to my Master's Presentation
http://prezi.com/sgc3uy85vxc3/digital-imagery-prezi/


Photos in the Style of Walker Evans
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Photos From the Village
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Culture Clash:

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This culture clash I did shows that the societies in maine and China can easily coexist, this culture clash symbolizes a universal feel. The hole in the wall is like a small opening allowing us to see a small part of what the future will be, the wall being obstacles we face right now, and the child in the middle is a symbol of the future, where the child can be a child of the world where he can be part of both an american society and a chinese society, and what we see through this small hole is the future universal family. The top part of the photo which is a Maine port symbolizes the american society, one that is free and developed, whereas the bottom symbolizes China a more old fashioned society, and the