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Monthly Archives: February 2009
This assignment was to work with a classmate, in my case graduate student Elisa Day, and photograph them using two lighting set-ups. The first set-up could only use a single light and reflectors, with the second having multiple lights. Elisa … Continue reading
For this assignment we had to choose two photos that we felt used light to help convey an emotion and that had an ambiguous light source.
The first photo I chose is by Ed Kashi from the November 2008 issue of National Geographic. In the photo is Herbie Winokur, a dementia patient that had to move in with his daughter Julie (seen in the background) after his condition made it impossible for him to live alone.
My second photo is by Carsten Peter and was also from the November 2008 issue of National Geographic. The photo shows a scientist in the Crystal Cave of Mexico. Continue reading