photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

Tyson Banh

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Tyson Banh
Art 376: Beginning Photography
Silver Prints; 8″ x 10″
2 images in series

The series is of things and places we don’t normally see. In the first image, a 30-second long exposure was taken at the Memorial Union Terrace in Madison, Wisconsin. The second image is of a storefront on State Street, Madison, Wisconsin. Using a cropped-sensor lens on a 35-mm film camera gives the vignetting, commonly seen in fish-eye lenses.

photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

Hayley Cleghorn

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Hayley Cleghorn
Art 476: Intermediate Photography
Digital Prints; 8 1/2″ x 11″

My series is dealing with showing the every day objects, and adding a sort of serene and calming feel to them with the natural light shining on them. This series mainly deals with natural lighting and shadows, and how it reflects/ gives off a different feel for different objects and areas.

photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

Rebecca Gongora

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Rebecca Gongora
ART 476: Intermediate Photography
Digital Prints
Part of a 20 print series

Most of my work at the moment is about the exploration of personal identification and the social standards and stereotypes of gender and roles inside the home, as well as the chaotic life that is maintaining myself, my family, and the maintenance of the home. I am interested in my own personal identity as a woman, a mother, an artist and my relationships with others.

photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

Hayley Cleghorn

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Hayley Cleghorn
Art 476: Intermediate Photography
Digital Prints; 8 1/2″ x 11″
There will be a total of 20 images in my final series.

My series is dealing with showing the every day objects, and adding a sort of serene and calming feel to them with the natural light shining on them. This series mainly deals with natural lighting and shadows, and how it reflects/ gives off a different feel for different objects and areas.

photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

Tyler Madey

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Tyler Madey
Art 376: Black & White Photography
Silver Print – Fiber Based; 8″ x 10″

The image with the skateboarder was taken using my Nikon FE2 and Nikon 50mm f/1.8 series E lens and using Kodak 400 Tri-X film. The image was a part of a series focusing on varying perspective angles (this one being from up high).

The image of the girl in the forest was taken with my Voigtlander Bessa R2A rangefinder and the Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.4 Classic SC lens and using Fujifilm Neopan 400 film. The image was a part of a series focusing on space, and this image deals with mental space.