Bryan Jones

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Bryan Jones
Art 3470: Digital Photography 1
digital prints; 11″ x 17″
Series of 12

Carriage Abandoned at the Beach
poem by: Hadara Bar-Nadav

This project of 10 -12 images was inspired by a poem selected by each student. The poetry was published by the New Issues Poetry and Prosed here on Western’s campus.

5 thoughts on “Bryan Jones

  1. The several sceneries that you place this baby carriage are really appropriate for the subject matter. The natural light in the second piece is warm, yet contradicting due to poems dark subject.

  2. I like the idea of the negligent parent, and the poor abandoned baby , but the baby is getting some good scenery, at least in the 1st, anyways, this is really haunting. I think the 1st is the best in how the carriage exists in the open space.

  3. The content I’m getting from these photos are abandonment. The creepy little carriage really worked in each photograph and fit the purpose of the content very well. I really enjoy the warm settled colors in the second photo.

  4. I really like the idea here with the carriage alone in barren places. I particularly really like the second picture where it’s hanging on this building that looks abandoned. It really shows the feeling of abandonment. I also really like the first picture of the carriage on the rocky shore. While it shows the abandoned carriage it also feels very calm and peaceful to me. I also really like the composition in both pictures. I think it’s working really well as are the warm colors. I agree that the colors contradict the subject, and I think that was a good choice.

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