Author Archives: Jesenia Oquendo

LL7- Portrait Basics

Shot by me, I very much so enjoyed shooting Sam. The lighting illuminated her face well on the right side of the photograph. The way the eye is the focal point of the image also is of great interest to … Continue reading

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  This photo was taken by myself. The reason I love this photo so much is because the purple has that small pop of yellow internally that goes with the yellow of the first flower. Also, the well defined folds … Continue reading

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Exhibit Review: In and Out of the Studio: Photographic Portraits from West

-Jesenia E. Oquendo   Walking up the white stairs to enter the exhibit, β€œIn and Out of the Studio: Photographic Portraits from West Africa,” the light shines upon a summary located in front of the hall. The dull, yellow wall … Continue reading

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Chair Tunnel

While taking photographs of a stool/chair as a class assignment, my group had chosen a chair and decided to play around with the camera and figure out how to come out with the best photos. This photo satisfies me the … Continue reading

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Wall Painting, New York. -Michael Kenna

While viewing all the photographs used to choose from, Wall Painting stood out to me the most because of how it wasn’t like the other photos. The photograph was taken in 2013 and just like the other images, it is … Continue reading

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According to Szarkowski, the difference between the thing that is shown in a photograph or the subject of the photograph is reality itself. He states that the photograph deals with the actual and him as a photographer would accept it … Continue reading

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