Photography and Video Exchange


Zach Liebmann by Adriane
January 20, 2016, 7:46 pm
Filed under: Binghamton University, video

 

Zach Liebmann
ARTS 265 Digital Photography

This compilation of still images I put together is a journey I took exploring and discovering a few abandoned landscapes. Throughout my travels it always felt odd, as if something, or someone, was watching me. I tried to think, think about what interesting and possibly horrifying secrets these places held.



Lev Josts by Adriane
December 21, 2015, 2:07 am
Filed under: Kellogg Community College, photography

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Lev Josts
ART 230: Digital Color Photography
digital prints; 9″ x 12″

Multi-media using photos and drawings taken and created by me. The series contains 8 images.

I wanted to make a series about pollution and the future in a kind of satirical, sad-but-true way. Green foliage is scarce, buildings are everywhere, we (human race) end up paying for air just like we pay for clean water, etc.



Madison Weigel by Adriane
December 10, 2015, 3:49 pm
Filed under: Binghamton University, photography

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Madison Weigel
ARTS265-Digital Photography
Digital Prints; 5×7



Carson Shipley by Adriane
December 10, 2015, 3:48 pm
Filed under: photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

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Carson Shipley
ART 576 –– Advanced Photography
camera obscura: who knows what can see you nowadays
8×10 digital prints



Tom Bridenhagen by Adriane
December 10, 2015, 3:46 pm
Filed under: photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

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Tom Bridenhagen
Art 476 – Intermediate Photography
Digital Prints: 8.5″x11″

These two images are a part of a series of nature in black and white.



Amanda Spencer by Adriane
December 10, 2015, 3:44 pm
Filed under: Kellogg Community College, video

Amanda Spencer
ANIM 103 Intro to Video Art

This project was an exploration of colorized reactions between milk and soap.



Ty Madey by Adriane
December 7, 2015, 9:44 pm
Filed under: photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

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Ty Madey
Art 576 – Advanced Photography
Scanned Cyanotype Prints on Canson Montval paper; 11″ x 11″
Images part of the Pixel Type series

Pixel Types is a cross section of childhood nostalgia and novelty. This series is about a process at its core. I start with images taken with the Game Boy Camera and end up with cyanotype photographs. The result is a deconstruction of each image into a more pure aesthetic form with the individual pixels being highlighted. By combining this look with the cyanotype process, the final product is an examination of the building blocks of the photograph instead of its subject.




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