7 thoughts on “Megan McCormick”

  1. I love how you selected your subject to be a small area of an interesting surface. You shallow depth of field made the viewers eyes really focus of the strange glass-like surface, which has many small particles, fragments, and some beautiful curvy scratch on the surface. The glare of the light also gives the prints a dreamy feeling. Excellent work!

  2. I like the way these photos invite you to examine the images closer, and at the same time sort of prevent you from being able to decipher what is happening. I think the softer colors work nicely with the light.

  3. you have created a great sense on texture with the subtle thin lines in combination with the soft blurred shapes.

  4. I really like both of these photos, I’m thinking about doing a series of the same nature. I like that you chose a subject that we normally look right past and right through. It really invites the viewers to take a closer study about the subject, and to examine your photo for a longer period of time.

  5. The texture created in these images, from something so mundane as a scratched window, bring life and a sense of elegance to these compositions. Not only is the foreground furnished with detail and nuance, but the there is also movement and an organic quality to the background.

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