Noah Fidlin

Noah Fidlin
Art 380: Contemporary Photographic Strategies
Digital Prints; 12″ by 12″
4 Images a part of the series

Description: “This is a narrative and still life collection I created the first two months of 2017. All pictures are meant to evoke a sense of mystery and dreaminess to different extents. Hope you enjoy my work.”

David Borzkowski

David Borzkowski
ART 5480: Photography Workshop
Digital Inkjet; 16×24”
Series of 4

I started experimenting with how the environment around my subject adds to photograph, and how I can use that to my advantage. Over the course of the last semester I watched a lot of Mad Men and was in a very 60s mindset, so I used my basement, which has a 70s aesthetic and did self-portraits as my first attempt, and will be moving forward from here using medium format film.

Hanna Raczek


I’ve always been interested in fantasy/dreamlike photography that tells a story–or pulls you into one–and lets you escape the real world for awhile, and I allow myself to do this, too, by making most of my photos self-portraits. I’ve been trying to push my Photoshop editing skills further and to begin playing with more adjustments than simply curves, so I used this photo to begin that journey into advanced color editing.


This was my second photo to really play with color adjustment. I wanted to make something beautiful, compelling, and a little bit fantastical, playing with the battle between winter and spring trope.

Hanna Raczek
ART380 Advanced Digital Photography
Digital print(s)
13″ x 20″