TUMBLR:
http://wistanc.tumblr.com/

Elements of Art:


Simple things:

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Corridor

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Workers

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Water


Compositional Techniques (Favs):
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Shadows

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Flower

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Shadow Dunk

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A Different Perspective

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From Above

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Framing OLE


Portaits:
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Closeup (Rule of Thirds)

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Hello Kid (Point of View)

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Eye Contact (Eye Contact; Filling the Frame)


Light Painting:
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Ghosting

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Portrait

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Drawing


Light Painting Slideshow
http://www.flickr.com//photos/66388317@N07/sets/72157627866684206/show/

Best Photo:
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This is one of my best photos. I incorporated the the rule of thirds technique with the rope that is focused on. Moreover i utilized perspective in the photo to make this far more interesting. Lastly i made sure the camera was facing the sun to add an effect to this photo. This photo reflects on how i have improved. I think the most important thing i have learned about photography to date is that sometimes it is good to break rules!


The Masters (Jerry Uelsmann):
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Bastien Ice

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ISB Water

The Village:

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Man Outside School

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Happy Old Lady

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Man's Baby

Culture Clash:
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For this culture clash i decided to blend in the skyline of New York, a church in Yarmouth, and part of the village that we visited. I then decided to add a silhouette of chinese elements and then silhouettes of the empire state building and the statue of Liberty. This culture clash shows a merging of different cultures and cities.


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This culture clash is fairly different. The sky is inspired by Jerry Ulesmann, as he always made things out of the normal. As you can see i photoshopped things that are not supposed to be in the image such as the car in the background, the black man holding the hello kitty bag. Then i put in the dog from another photo taken from the village and finally the Yarmouth badge and graffiti of yarmouth on the man and the name of the school.