11/19/2011

New Work: Advanced Photography

I am so proud to present yet another batch of extraordinary photographs from this semester's advanced photography students!!  If it is possible, you must come by and look at all of these photos in C307...they are incredible to view in person!  And, as always, please feel free to leave comments for the students at the bottom of this post...they would greatly appreciate it.



Patrick Lacy, junior


Brittney Childers, junior


Natalie Bender, senior


Isaac Hockenbarger, junior

Alexis Gonzalez, junior


Ashia Gordon, junior


Kody Wade, senior


Salvador Munoz, junior


Michael Keatley, senior


Kelsey Haflich, senior


Johnny Hays, junior


Kyler Collins, junior


 Melanie Yates, junior


 Sarah Press, senior


 Courtny Lane, junior


 Mitch Montague, senior


Chris Harris, senior


Emily Ferlemann, senior



19 comments:

MMapes said...

The piece by Johnny Hays it wonderful and probably my favorite out of the bunch but they are all so wonderful!

JC said...

Mitch,
intriguing photo...organic with concrete frame
jc

JC said...

Chris,
Turning a bulb into a geometric delight--"feels" good
jc

JC said...

Emily,
Capturing the sideline...there is much in the photo we do not see the first time
jc

JC said...

Sarah,
I like the blurred background--showcases the demise of the leaves
jc

JC said...

Melanie,
LOVE the texture of your photo
jc

JC said...

Kyler,
looks like an eyeball--or a different moon--like the lighting
jc

JC said...

Johnny,
Your photo captures a non-existent moisture...yummy
jc

JC said...

Kelsey,
Love the Rorschach-like piece to your hand prints...so many ways to conjure up images.
jc

JC said...

Kody,
exquisite mix of linear/cubic versus shadows...mysterious
jc

JC said...

Isaac,
I enjoy the inanimate tower admidst such natural beauty...color up close is a good choice for me
jc

JC said...

Britney,
enjoy the angle of your shot...antiquity squared
jc

JC said...

Michael,
What a trip back in pinball time! gorgeous!
jc

JC said...

Patrick,
Juxtaposition of start and etheral...enjoy the contrast
jc

JC said...

Natalie,
The lighting on the face enhances the portrait in the shade...so natural
jc

JC said...

Alexis,
the "frame" for the dilapidated house mirrors its condition...nice
jc

JC said...

Courtney,
I love the "lens" for the view you provided your audience...reminds me of "Hugo," the movie
jc

JC said...

Salvador,
exquisite use of light and color!
jc

Salvador Munoz said...

I know this is way late but thank u :)