Here is a picture I took while in Charleston. It's called the angel tree because of the way it has branched out, and it's about 50ish feet tall. I refuse to use the statement "I like" when commenting on this picture.
Here is a picture I took Mt. Fiji on a really foggy day. It was virtually impossible to see ahead of you and at one point I turned around to document where we were. I love the expressions on everyone's faces and it really shows the weather we were in at the time.
Here is a photo I took of a little arts and crafts project one of my friends did in middle school. This is one of the first pictures I ever took so the composition is pretty terrible. I like the weird color reflections (it was an angel made with cellophane) and the angle that the angel is positioned.
This is a picture from my Social Commentary project. I looked to capture motion but without using a tripod (my artist documented graffiti artists as they went around "tagging" things). I love the effect Treat's motion creates and the nice, gritty background.
This is a picture of a huge piece a sign that landed on the shore of an island. I like the orange color and the texture in the shells. This is kind of an intro to my social commentary photos which will probably be of graffiti and trash.
This was a photo I took to simply document where I went on vacation, but it turned out looking pretty cool. I shot it while i was on a boat and the subject is these giant machines used to carry BMWs and other high-end cars. The frame is off-kilter but I love the sun rays coming through the clouds. The contrast is nice.
This is a picture of a gate in Charleston, South Carolina. The color is really interesting and I love how the number 5 is still visible in the picture. I also like the exposure because it creates some nice shadows and defines the bumps in the wall.
I love this picture because the subject is so unique and the background is great. The picture is of the spokes of a bike that was found on a beach. The water rusted the spokes and a bunch of mollusks attached to it. I like the shallow depth of field and the rusty spokes against the turquoise background.
I really like the shallow depth of field in this photo. The colors are very bold, yet you can tell that the weather outside was cloudy (this was also taken during a New York snow storm). The way the red flower curls up towards the viewer is quite cool too.
This is a photo from the Free project at the end of photo 2. My artist was a famous food photographer who focused on close ups of dishes from fancy restaurants. I like the texture that the water creates on the black olive. I don't like how the shallow depth of field blurred the two olives in the front, but my lens isn't good enough to capture things that close up.
I love the way that the blue dye diluted, the shapes that it makes are really interesting. I waited a bit to late to take the picture because the yellow dye is too spread out and just looks like yellow liquid.