Dog Park

Todays edition of a project im working on for my intermediate photography class.

Made at Beaver Brook Dog Park, Worcester MA

Featuring Ziggy, Toby, Atlas

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365 #83 – 88

This week summed up in a conversation me and my friend Will had 5 minutes ago:

“dosent it feel like this semester has been more stressful than any other year before? Like oddly stressful.”

“trueee”

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#83, Sept 18: Kitty
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#84, Sept 19: Post Chai ft. Lili
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#85, Sept 20: Library ft. Rachel, Mitch, Phoebe, Brandon
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#86, Sept 21: Breakfast ft. Julie
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#87, Sept 22: Red Square ft. Okra
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#88, Sept 23: Likeliness ft. Myself

10.12.2017: A White Wall

Todays installment of my photography project!! I shot with Alice today, probably one of the most expressive, real, humans at Clark. We moved around campus, shooting around maywood, and against a white wall of Oliver’s Corner Store [shameless plug? i guess so], talking about everything from Bruno Mars to taking breaks from social media.

Guys, this project is honestly letting me explore a full range of human emotions, and i couldnt be more greatful of the people who are letting me talk to them while photographing them, and to the people like alice who just see me in person and right then and there schedule shoots. I wouldnt be anywhere without you guys, so thank you ❤

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10.03.2017: Sunshine

Watch me rant again: got the incredible opportunity to shoot with Fiona today, and these photos man — im so proud of how they turned out. Honestly, she is such a real person — her smiles give me life, and we played around with hammocks, and catching the sunshine, and sunset, a little bit around Florence St. and the pickle factory, fences, just pretty much everywhere.

We just talked — I think Fiona is one of those people where its just effortless the conversations we had — it just flowed so naturally and I think I needed that to get back into the right headspace.

It was just amazing.

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10.02.2017: Zebra

Guys, I got super lucky with the people who have been my photography subjects for this project. I meant to post this yesterday, but yesterday was rough. Jenna Libera is a senior here at Clark, and we had such an interesting conversation about what it means to live in Worcester as well as her plans after graduating this year.

I honestly love talking to people, and Jenna is no exception. She gets so excited about stuff she is passionate about, and honestly, it just really excites me as the photographer to be able to capture this side of her.

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09.28.2017: Sunshine

Honestly, I can confidently say Quinn Mitchell (@quinnmitchell1 on insta) makes for one of the best friends ive had in a super long time. She is an incredible human being who has one of the best ranges of facial expressions that I have ever caught on camera.

I wanted to show who I think Quinn really is, and here she is:

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09.25.2017: The Fence

More portrait photography, this time featuring Bao Kim (@baozergram on insta), a sophomore and good friend of mine. Ive been working on a self organized project titled Oscuro, where I do mini photoshoots of people combined with natural shadows that occur during Golden Hour (equates to roughly 2pm to 5pm, when the suns rays are at its harshest, and right before sundown) in and around campus.

Ive been shooting people since the beginning of the semester (im going to post those in the next post), and so far, so good.

Todays shoot was near a fence, messing with the diamond shaped shadows.

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Saturday, September 16 : Hadwen

So, you could say that Im a bit all over the place when it comes to photography. I tend to photograph almost anything, from people to landscapes to street.

And you are not wrong.

However, I do consider myself to be is a documentary as well as portrait photographer, considering photography for me is a way to document everyday moments in full detail and context.

In terms of technique however, because I am self taught, Ive come to not like flash photography due to the way it makes the subject look washed out. But, I have been getting over my unjustified hate and been experimenting on people using flash. Yesterday, I walked to the Hadwen Arboretum to test out flash on natural subjects, and here are my results:

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