One of my projects for uni was to put together ten photographs that tell a story. We had to use the work of others for inspiration and the knowledge we're learned over the semester to put together the concept, take photographs, and edit them. This may sound easy, but it wasn't. I only learned how to use a camera this year and going into this unit I still had so much to learn.
I had many problems with this project including (but not limited to):
Despite these problems, I think they turned out great. Perspective is about how beautiful and dangerous our natural environment can be; that is just because flora and fauna look beautiful, it doesn't mean that they aren't more than that; we exist in a complex world.
I took aspects of different types of photography and combined them with the look of the model to communicate that theme. My photographs aren't perfect, but I like them and I hope you do too.
Anjulie Te Pohe
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