Week 10/52 “Open Theme” – Selection

Selection for week 10/52 Open theme. I cant think of anything more uncomfortable than lying down on a bunch or sharp rocks. The legs on the top right hand side was a bonus 🙂

B sides below!

 

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Shadow discourse
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Drive home
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Escape

 

 

 

Week 09/52 “Soft” – Selection

Top pick for my 09/52 last week for the theme soft. I really like the driver and passenger’s annoyed/angry expression in contrast to the soft afternoon light. Other explorations and images below. Amazing what “soft” light can do to an image. It gets addictive shooting in soft light. I am going to miss it once winter comes and the days get shorter.

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Urban Cactus
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Deflated
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Hand cover

 

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Man with plush toys

 

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Reflected light
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Clouds

Week 09 – Soft

Dropped the ball this week! One day to go. I thought I posted the theme of this week. I used a random word generator once again and got “Soft”.

I have been playing with shooting wide open and ofcourse shooting in “soft” morning and afternoon light.

Last chance tomorrow to get something. I am hoping a comic con event might give some interesting images.

 

Week 03/52 “Insertion” – Selection

Pick for this week above. Although I explored “insertion” as engaging and interacting with the subject and making their portrait, I did not like this approach as it wasn’t evident at first glance without the justification/spiel.

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Alvin – Perth 2017

Alternatively, I went and searched for people in the process of inserting something. A straight to the point approach.

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A disappearing finger – Perth 2017
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Parking ticket – Northbridge 2017

In the end, I went with  inserting my self/shadow into the image. At least this way I was physically inserting my presence in the image, not just by the approach to create a portrait.

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Skater, shadows and mural – Northbridge 2017

The image I chose for the week was the juxtaposition of the mannequin and lady’s arms to portray the insertion. I also like that my shadow is visible in this image.