My idea for this project was to create a time capsule. I made a metal form out of brass to create the look of an old pocket watch. On the inside of the front, I pieced together little clips to hold in the glass. On the inside is a photograph of my boyfriend and I at a lake. Shot in color film and digitally turned black and white. I also put some sand, jeweled beads and a little glitter on the inside that rolls around freely. It snaps shut on the back and is meant to stay permanently closed.
So finally after a long process, This project has come to an end. Through weeks of ideas, planning, obstacles and shooting, It’s that time. If you’ve kept up to date with this project or the class, you all know what all i’ve been up to and been going through so finally, here is is the result of my project of experimentation with the star light.
I’ve been working on this piece as a follow up of the 3rd project in this class. I decided to make my own graffiti wall printed on tiles and display it as an installation in someone’s house, on their wall. Either in a kitchen or a bathroom. I printed my digital negative and used Liquid Light processes and came up with this final piece!
In my Photo Sensitive class we just finished this project, learning the Van Dyke process. I loved it. I decided to shoot flowers because looking around this fall, everything in nature is dead, preparing for winter. I wanted to display something that represented life, beauty and romance. These photos were taken a the Franklin Park Conservatory. Here is a shot of the critique:
This week I have been shooting with the light. I’ve been experimenting with using the light and arranging it in different ways to cast light on different things such as walls, carpet, mirrors or foil to create different textures and … Continue reading →