I used my water bottle and my laptop to frame my home telephone.
This challenge was fun because I got the step out of my usual forte of taking pictures without really thinking too hard about the final result. This let me plan ahead and be creative with what I used. I used a ripped newspaper as kind of a peephole.
Using depth of field, I made this brush look larger than usual against this rice paper board.
In the work that I get, I always get a little caught up in the mix of it, and I never have time to really focus on the people around me. This is what another person would see from me if they took a picture while I was working.
This is a still from our film, Love Calamity. One thing I was obsessed with during the production of our film was the color grading and cinematic look that could be provided to our audience. Although our film wasn’t the best, I am proud to walk away with the correct color theory for future use.
The hat is in the lower third of the frame, contrasting with the saturated white of the flowers above.
At my uncle’s house, the sun sets especially low because we are all the way in Napa Valley. As the sun hits the trees it created a beautiful natural lighting that I just had to take a picture of .
Looking at this photo of me, you can see that a lot of my face is directly proportional and symmetric to the other side.