Brittany Juravich

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Brittany Juravich
SA 371: Large Format Photography
4×5 negative, printed digitally; 16″ x 20″
Part of a series of 5 images

I photographed my grandparents as a way for me to get to know them. The more I started photographing them, I realized that people put on masks and hide their identity. Why do we want to put on a happy face for the camera and only show one side? It may be our best side and what we want people to see, but is it the truth? I may not know everything about my grandparents, but the stories they shared about their past and our family meant a lot to me, which is exactly what I wanted to accomplish.

Michael Danforth

Reflections

Michael Danforth
Art 380: Contemporary Photographic Strategies
Digital Print: 20.5″x13.5″

The assignment was to photograph intimate space. I accomplished this while riding on a train during a trip to Colorado. When I realized I could not get any shots of the scenery, I decided to focus on my assignment and try to capture the the other vacationers’ reflections. This is not a collage, it’s just one of the shots I was able to get.

Andrew Beers

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Andrew Beers
Art 4500 – Advanced Photography
Silver Prints; 11″ x 14″
Series of 24-36 prints ranging in size from 5×7 to 11×14

A collection of photographs from multiple cities around the U.S. Wide shots and extremely tight crops of people living in the cities with a few cityscape type photographs to interrupt the images of faces and bodies.

Michael Danforth

My World

The Unseen

Michael Danforth
Art 380: Contemporary Photographic Strategies
Digital Prints: 20.5″x13.5″

Both images where taken to fulfill an assignment challenging us to portray an everyday object/scene as uncanny. I captured the infrared that cones from my TV’s remote control in one photo and the other is from where I work.