Feb 172013

Phew.  I must say that was more fun than I expected.  It was also the first time that I’ve really appreciated photography as its own medium.  I usually find myself taking photographs for the purpose of recording events or inspiration, and collecting references for drawings.   Taking artistic photos can be really fun!  In order to finish within the time, I jumped around on the list: 1, 8, 10, 3, 13, 9, 5, 4, 2, 6, 11, 12, 14.  In the process, I missed #7, which I skipped several times because I was stumped mentally on how to take a picture embodying openness without falling in the cliché of door images.

Not only was I surprized by the amount of fun I had, but I’m also intrigued by how well the photos look in their inspired order:

PB 1

PB 2

PB 3

PB 4

PB 5

PB 6

PB 8

PB 9

PB 10

PB 11

PB 12

PB 13

PB 14

I’m contemplating how best to elaborate on these images with description and titles.  I feel bad for calling them each “PB #” as a placeholder as I uploaded them within the time limit.  I’ll think of something.

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  5 Responses to “Post PhotoBlitz”

  1. Your photos are brilliant, especially the one of the goggles on the coffee pot, so creative. Were you able to get your iPhone connected to Apogee? If you couldn’t I’d give them a call, I had to call them to connect my Droid to the web.

  2. The pictures are really interesting but you should write what each one is supposed to be so we get the idea you’re trying to get across!

  3. Loving this! I really liked the yellow/wood wall one and the green textured one. I don’t think words or text would really add it the story. They would just box in my own story! Nice work!

  4. Your eye for color and detail is really good, your photos show an artistic intent to the way they are framed or set up. I also see good use of angles (the faucet, the line made by the fork, etc).

    I’d have to say the shot of the feet is my favorite!

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