This was kind of funny to do. My photos look like a 10 year old took them on their iPod, but that’s what you have to do when you’re busy all day. I started at 8:31PM and finished at 8:46PM.
1. Doors can have a lot of character, be it in the hinges, knob, or style.
2. Take a photography of a spinning object, frozen motion or blurred
I had to wake my hamster up to take this picture so I felt bad. I also didn’t want to blind her with a flash, so its just gonna stay dark.
3. Make a photograph of a smile, either literal or symbolic
Okay this one… yeah, a smiling baby. I don’t know why I chose this, I could’ve just made a smiley face out of household items.
4. Make a beautiful photo of something rusted or crushed
To make it beautiful, I tried making it seem like it was in a “studio” being photographed. It’s the only subject matter in the photo, with no distractions.
5. Make the subject is isolated against a very bright background
This one is quite embarrassing, I had no idea what to photograph. I took my little cheese container, and put him in front of my kitchen light… not extremely creative.
6. Make a photograph of a plastic object
The plastic object is the dawn dish soap, and my roommate offered to hold it up. Honestly, this photo was just funny to take.
7. Make a picture of death (but don’t kill anything in doing so).
Well, nothing better than my dead fiddle leaf fig for this one.
I had been stuck on this assignment for a while. I opened it up a few days ago, and kept seeing things pop up and the only thing I thought was “how the heck am I going to photograph that?” But I finally just did it. My roommate definitely helped me come up with ideas, but I think the fact that I just thought of the first thing that came to mind and photographed it, made this assignment more fun. Though the photos aren’t absolutely amazing, I think that when the “Joy of Painting” comes around. I had so much fun just being creative, and doing whatever I wanted and whatever I imagined when I took the photos.