Kellogg Community College, photography

Lee West

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Lee West
Art 227 Digital Color Photography
Pigmented Inkjet Print

There are a total of twelve images in this series. The series as a whole attempts to depict pollution, waste and recycling, which will hopefully cause the viewer to contemplate their impact on the environment. The image with the triangle structure was printed at 40″x26″, mounted, framed and entered in our Student Art Exhibit (at this time I do not know if it has been accepted for actual display in the exhibit).

Mississippi State University, photography

Ronnie Robinson

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Ronnie Robinson
ART 3233 : Studio Lighting
Digital prints; 20″x20″
Diorama : series of 3

This small series is about growth and acceptence in the home. As a young adult, I often feel like I am out growing my families opinions and traditions in order to form my own. On occasion, I am looked at, as if I am still a child. This diorama represents specific places in my home where I have made the transition from child to adult.

Kellogg Community College, photography

Maria Sidor

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Maria Sidor
Art 227: Digital Color Photography
Surrealism Series (2)

The first photograph was an experiment with layering different images. The second photo was my first time working in a studio and using the different filters available on photoshop – I inverted only the eyes and hands and used repetition of the eyes and arm. Both are part of a surrealism series.​

Kellogg Community College, photography

Chris Radford

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Chris Radford
ART 230: digital photo
2 0f 8 images

Statement of photos: This is a sample of a 8 piece series sunrises over the Augusta Creek section in Northern Kalamazoo county, that runs through my property. The images in this series were all photographed within a half mile on one another and demonstrates a very different look/feel within that boundary.