We had to do some sort of series. I used my kids in mine because I loved the portrait assignment so well. So I did an organic vs. man-made type of thing with the kids in groupings.This is the close ups of each shot. Here are the boys in front of a marble wall. I had them just look at me because their smiles tend to be to inconsistent. (They become somewhat plastered on.) So instead they tend to look like little gangsters, but the pictures came out great. :)I really love this one of Miss B and Nik. In the original Hannah's face is a little lighter. It looks awesome.This is at the "Crack" in the wall in downtown. It is a river sculpture that Hannah loved.
This is the gangster shot of Nik and Sam. The graffiti is legal, but I think I am going to have to lock up my boys until it is time for their missions.
This shot of the four of them is really neat. They laid on this black and white checkerboard floor and got this cool effect. And this shot just reminds me of caged monkeys. Nik even has this look of "go ahead and stare, but you better beware". This one still needs to be mounted and I am not sure that I am going to worry about it, as I have the five that I need.
Needless to say I am grateful that I only have two days left. I will go check in tomorrow but my work is complete and I won't have to stay. I have no paper or film left and I have shot all that I am going to for this class. One thing I have discovered about myself is that I love photography, but the digital kind. I really want a digital camera that has some more powerful lens, that I can work in photo shop with. I enjoyed the dark room, but I enjoy digitally working with my photos more. :) So I am officially back to digital.