Tuesday, August 21, 2012
These are a few selections from a set I call, "One in Ten Million." The point of the set is to use the space right out my front door to grab, "one of the ten million possible photographs in any one space." This was a lesson that my Digital Photography professor ingrained into my mind over the course of last semester. Instead of using ordinary angles, I sought to rotate them until they came through as true pieces of art, rather than just another photo of the boring apartment complex I've lived in for nearly 4 years now. As always, click on them for a larger view.