Monthly Archives: February 2012

Christopher Jonassen

This is what in my opinion a successful experiment results in. The figures that look a lot like planets are actually bottoms of used frying-pans. The digital manipulation is obvious, however having something so bizarre as a starting point proves … Continue reading

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Jim Bryant

This photo is technically balanced, however the contrast between the lonely man and a kissing couple creates a division of feelings the audience get from looking at the two sides of the photo.  Looking deeper into the photograph we understand … Continue reading

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Mark Laita

Clear-cut contrast between lifestyles, this is what I see looking at this juxtapositioning of what we perceive as working class and middle class. The first photograph show a couple that society does not aim to become. The dirty clothing and … Continue reading

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Novaris Reflections Campaign

I find this campaign very touching and meaningful. Along with beautiful and well-balanced set-up, the idea behind this photograph is a sensible matter, especially for elderly. Models in these photos are people who have already lived the most eventful years … Continue reading

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Alexa Meade

The convergence between two art forms strikes again. This photograph can be easily confused with a painting, however the artist left out the unpainted hair as a hint to the fact that there is a real person behind colours. There … Continue reading

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Yulia Gorbachenko

The overlap of the same model is usually achieved through photoshop and it gives a sense of movement and dizziness.The interesting effect of this technique is that your eyes jump from one layer to another finding it hard to concentrate. … Continue reading

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jeffrey vanhoutte

(It is strange how a completely casual and domestic action can appear like a threat by giving a expression-less look.) It would be expected for a bride in her gown to be cutting a fancy wedding cake instead of bread, … Continue reading

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Petrina Hicks

I have mixed opinions about this photograph. On one hand it is a portrayal of innocence my exposure of nudity in a non-sexual light and position. The white lace on the model’s head looks like a wedding head-wear, which traditionally … Continue reading

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Nadav Kander

The sense of levitation in this photograph combined with the green light coming from an open door looks like a scene from a sci-fi movie where a person is abducted by aliens. The open door acts like a portal to … Continue reading

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Mark Mawson

The explosion of colours is an exclusive pleasure for the eye and no challenge for the brains, meaning there is no meaning behind, only visual enjoyment. The colours are given form by using smoke and then digitally modifying hue and … Continue reading

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