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Claire Stinedurf

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Claire Stinedurf
ART4500: Advanced Photography
Digital Prints; 44” x 33.5”
Part of a series of 5 displayed

This is a continuation on a project that I have posted about before. I originally had a still life in the foreground, but after experimenting, found that taking the subject out all together left a more interesting composition and concept. This project explores the idea of reduction and photographing something as simple as paper. These pieces also explore texture and color relationships.

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Jennifer Davis

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Jennifer Davis
ART 4500: Advanced Photography
Digital Prints; 11″ x 14″
Part of a series of 12, 9 displayed

I’m currently working on a series that has to do with the progression of time. By using old family photographs, I’m restricting the composition I set up for my new photos. I’m going back to these old places and retaking the image in the same “set up” as they were taken previously. I am editing the photos through the camera rather than on the computer. This photo is documentation of the final display for this project.

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Stacey Endicott

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Stacey Endicott
ART 4500: Advanced Photography
Digital Prints; 11″ x 14″
12 Print in series

The statement I am trying to make with these photos is about body image. My original subject is a girl the is slim so my class suggested that I add something extra. So I took pictures of a girl that is larger as a “comparison”, but I don’t really know if that is what I am going for? Here are the unedited versions.

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Kristen Davis

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Kristen Davis
ART 4500 Advanced Photography
Digital prints; 8″ x 10″
20 images

These images are from my diaristic series in which I am documenting vulnerable, wild, and unexpected moments that come with being a college student fumbling into adulthood. I am capturing the things going on around me, and in turn I am documenting my life. While I may not be directly involved in the happenings, I act as a voyer and preserve the moment with my camera. I want you to feel as though you are taking part in a private moment or peering into a journal with each image.

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Stephanie Parker

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Stephanie Parker
Art 4500: Advanced Photography
Digital Print; 11″ x 14″
14 images in series

Coming from a very large, extended family, I have been interested in genetics and in how genetics can carry over from generation to generation. It is my goal in this project to show an individual as such, an individual, but also being part of something larger – a family. To view the complete series, please visit the following link: http://on.fb.me/1b8YOQc

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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.

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Michaela Kronenberger

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Michaela Kronenberger
Art 4500: Advanced Photography
Digital prints; 13″ x 19″
This is a series of maybe 15, no less than 12

My series is portraying a non fiction love story. I created a narrative series about a woman who is been secretly planning to meet her true love and eventually ventures out into the woods to meet him. Frightened and anxious in the wilderness; she is approached by a stranger and out of impulse stabs this mysterious figure. Sadly, she unveils her hooded figure, and to find out that it is her true love that she has killed. In the end leaving him dead in the woods, and her with a broken heart.

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Megan Bock

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Megan Bock
Art 4500: Advanced Photography
Digital Print; 11″ x 14″

These image will soon be torn, ripped, or cut and placed on top of a photo of myself to represent everyone that surrounds me from work, my jobs, school, family, etc. I tell whoever i am photographing to make 5 different facial expressions and which ever one represents them (to me), is the one that i use. i’m hoping to make the final a life size (5 foot) tall body filled with the different faces, collage looking body form.

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Stacey Endicott

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Stacey Endicott
ART 4500 Adv. Photo
Digital Prints; 11″ X 14″

This is the starting idea for my series. I am doing various prints of people’s bodies that most people want to “change”. I am really interested in body image and specifically how women view their bodies. I am thinking of drawing on the actual print with an oil pencil and mark the areas that need to be “fixed”.

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Jennifer Davis

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Jennifer Davis
ART 4500: Advanced Photography
Digital Prints; 11″ x 14″
Part of a series of a potential 12

I’m currently working on a series that has to do with the progression of time. By using old family photographs, I’m restricting the composition I set up for my new photos. I’m going back to these old places and retaking the image in the same “set up” as they were taken previously. Also, if the old photo has people in it, I don’t include them in my new photo.

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Kristen Davis

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Kristen Davis
ART 4500 Advanced Photography
Digital prints; 11″ x 14″ (or smaller depending on final series count)
12- 50 images

These images are from my in progress diaristic series. I am documenting the things going on around me, and in turn I am documenting my life. While I may not be directly involved in the happenings, I act as a voyer and capture the moment. The goal is not necessarily to make a comment, but simply to document what I see around me.

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Hannah Warren

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Hannah Warren
ART 4500: Advanced Photo
digital prints; 11″ x 17″
series of 12

The title of this series is Topography. It explores the connections between the form of the human body and landscapes. By obscuring the boundaries of the body, and thus changing its formal qualities, using extreme lighting, I was able to find striking similarities to land formations.

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Blythe Malone

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Blythe Malone
ART 4500 Advanced photography
Digital prints; 12″ X 18″
total images in series- 9

This series was created with the intent of using image projection to capture a childhood memory and then recreate that childhood memory as a grown adult. The images are intended to be light hearted and slightly comical as adults attempt to bring their childhood innocence back to life.

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Corinne Pulda

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Corinne Pulda
Art 4500: Advanced Photography
Digital Prints; 11″ x 14″

Part of a series called Portrait-ception (hope to end up with 12-15 total images)
These are two of my final images in the series. I aim to show the person’s personality as well as something they are passionate about. I wanted to go beyond the typical portrait to allow the viewer to get to know the person displayed on a deeper level, crossing the boundaries that restrict the flow of information provided by an image.

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Allison Switzer

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Allison Switzer
Art 4500: Adv. Photography
Digital Print
11×51 inches
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The work is part of an experimentation in motion studies, based on the historical work of Eadweard Muybridge. It studies activities that, as artists, we see quite often: wheel throwing, painting, drawing, etc., and breaks down the often either minute or large changes in movement of the body.

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Corinne Pulda

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“Jeremy” silver print, 11×14 inches

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“Momo” digital print, 11×14 inches

Corinne Pulda
ART 4500 Advanced Photography

“Momo” was my first image to show what I intended to do with the series. I wanted to do double exposures. I’m taking a portrait of a person, and a picture of what that person is passionate about. I originally planned to do this ‘in camera’ with 35 mm film, as an experiment. The film did’t turn out the way I wanted. “Jeremy” is one of those ‘in camera’ images. From here, I will be taking the series into a slightly new direction. I will put the two exposures together digitally and take the portrait on a clean black background.

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Hannah Warren

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Hannah Warren
ART 4500: Advanced Photo
digital prints; 11″ x 17″
series of 12

This series is an exploration in portraiture of the body using extreme lighting. The objective is to look at the body from a formal standpoint and redefine the shape of the body by eliminating edges and boundaries.

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Jennifer Davis

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Jennifer Davis
ART 4500: Advanced Photography
Digital Prints
Individual Photo: 4″ x 6″
Single Print: 11″ x 14″ (4 images per print)
Part of a series of a potential 64 images (16 prints)

Currently working on a typology having to do with technology, specifically smart phones, and the impact they bring upon our lives.

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Allison Switzer

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Allison Switzer
ART 4500: Advanced Photography
digital prints
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The work is part of an experimentation in motion studies, based on the historical work of Eadweard Muybridge. It studies activities that, as artists, we see quite often: wheel throwing, painting, drawing, etc., and breaks down the often either minute or large changes in movement of the body.