Author Archives: Brian Martinez

In and Out of the Studio Exhibit Review

In and Out of the Studio: Photgraphic Portraits from West Africa is an exhibit in the MET showcased conservatively with nothing too unique as far as presentation of the photos go. Small prints spaced evenly next to eachother against a … Continue reading

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LL 3 – Scavenger hunt

This was my favorite photo of the ones my group took because the focus and composition of this model of the brooklyn bridge is very smooth and symmetrical. It’s almost like a picture of the actual bridge to me because … Continue reading

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LL 4 Brooklyn Bridge

It was hard to choose my favorite photo from our trip to brooklyn bridge park on thursday, because I took photos that really differed from one another on subject. After picking my 5 favorite photos I decided that this was … Continue reading

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LL2- Composition

Out of the five photos my group and I decided were best this was one of my favorites which shows an extreme close up of the stool as well as emphasizes the curves of its corners. The Shape stands out … Continue reading

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Photo Description “Central Park Reservoir, New York City, USA, 1998” The photo I chose by Michael Kenna was taken of central park in 1998. The black and white photo consists of buildings overlooking a body of water in central park as seen … Continue reading

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The Thing Itself response

In this excerpt from “The Photographer’s Eye” Szarkowski outlines the differences that a photographer creates between the photo and its subject which causes the photo to overall be more important than what it documents. He explains that photographs carry unrealistic … Continue reading

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