I am a photo major here at SCAD so most of my inspirations are photographers. The first person that inspires my style of photography is Terry Richardson. His blog www.terrysdiary.com is one of the blogs I check religiously. His style is so modern yet has old school roots. My other big inspiration is Antonio Bolfo. His blog www.antoniobolfo.com made me love photojournalism. His NYPD work shows a wide array of styles in the photojournalistic society with wide landscape shots and close quarters action shots. These are just a few of my inspirations.
Steps: For the first part I just wrote all over it with marker and tore off the directory. The second part entailed me cutting a face into it.
It looked like just step one.
It didn’t tell the story that was trying to be told.
We all came up with the designs together and each did two pieces. I did the last two.
The idea didn’t work in the way that everyone thought it was planned.
The letters didn’t do enough.
1. Precision was lacking in areas.
2. Mixed opinion on the size of the border.
3. Should have been centered in border.
4. Interesting, Bold design that has many interpretations.
I chose these because I asked myself which of these designs would I want to hang up on my wall and these four made me say yes.
I re did this one to make it more interesting.
One of my designs lacked originality and there were a few craftsmanship flaws that I will be very aware of next project.
Hello, My name is Ethan Guice. I am a from Enterprise, AL. I am a photo major here at SCAD. I started photography right before my junior year of high school and have been shooting ever since. I have worked for newspapers and my high school as a photographer. I have done senior portraits for friends. I am now a staff photographer at The District (SCAD based magazine). I look forward to this class.