Burlington Vermont: I was with a group from The School of Cinematography and Performing Arts (SOCAPA) visiting a studio. One of the members of our small group came up with this creation, so it was time to test our skills at studio project shoots - in a fun way! With Crayons!
A still life project that I undertook for my AP Art Portfolio class. The result was a series of photos - A Meal of Crayons. I grated and broke many crayons and prepared them as if for a dish. Shredded crayon with a side of crayon salad anyone?
Another shot and arrangement of a photo from the collection - A Meal of Crayons. Enjoy your second course!
Two macro photo shots that were put together. Now how well this combination would work in real life, that I don't know, but I think it works in a photo.
This photo is actually four different photos, photoshopped and compiled into one. The "mountain" and "water" foreground is one shot of a geode, overlaid with another portion of "water" with more detailed portions of the crystal. The "Sky" is yet another photo of the geode overlaid. And then finally the boat was also photoshopped in. In reality, the boat model was about the same size as the geode, being about half the size of a fist for perspective.
Another piece that I worked on in my AP Art Portfolio class. This is basically two photos, one of my friends - Oscar - and the other of a blanket that was draped over a wire in Portland Oregon. He was photoshopped in, along with his shadow. Sometimes it is the more easy photoshop projects that turn out looking the most real!