‘My Style’ Show

 

a-saint

Saint

c-still

Still

d-soul

Soul

 

My photos tell a story in their individuality. They are not related to each other, story wise, but they all have a certain style and feeling to them. My work tends to use harsher lighting, such as the camera’s flash, to create contrast. The colors complement each other and are never too bright. I use texture a lot by photographing subjects with lots of small details. I am proud of my photos because they show how I see the world, as an artist. I wouldn’t change anything about these pieces, except for maybe make the cathedral photo less grainy. I’m very happy with how these pieces turned out.

girl i know

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These are photos of a friend I’ve known for a long time; I’ve almost grown up with her. I’m still not very experienced with portraits, but I’m proud of how these turned out. I wanted to capture certain artistic things that I see in her, a certain aesthetic. People have individual aesthetics, or visuals, that suit them, and that’s what I want to try to bring to light in portraits. In these photos, there an artistic, feminine side with a sense of innocence. I think materials are important in portraits and can add a lot of meaning, for example, the symbolism and imagery often associated with lace and flowers and denim.