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    Semester 1 photo work...

    Hi everyone,

    Some of you may know that I currently live in the NYC area because I'm attending university at School of Visual Arts (SVA) for photography. In December I completed my first semester at school, and turned in work completed during the previous 5 months for review. Just for fun, I'd like to share some work from my Studio and Photography on Assignment classes. Please enjoy:










    Assignment: Still Life





    Assignment: Glass/Reflective Still (this was a royal pain to light evenly...)





    Assignment: Portrait Without a Face





    Assignment: Fashion I





    Assignment: Fashion II





    Assignment: Create a Character (2 images)







    Assignment: Create a Character (single image)








    It's just 2 weeks into the new semester, and I've already got a ton of work piled up! Time to get started on some new projects :)

    ciao ciao,

    jMay
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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Wow Josh...those are really amazing!

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    Great Shots!
    I really like the "Portrait Without a Face". Dont know what to say, but its nice.

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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Sweet...please keep posting this stuff.

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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Great work Josh!!!
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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Very good work, Josh! Some talent there for sure.
    Email me anytime at [email protected].

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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Great stuff, Josh! I too enjoy the portrait without a face.

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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Nice stuff Josh, thanks for sharing. It really is great to see the work of others on subjects non-aviation realted.

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    nice work josh. what's the experience like at the school in general? i've been wanting to do the same thing, and might do it as soon as i'm done with my degree in the summer.
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Interesting photos, Josh. I really like the guy in the "Create a Character" shots!

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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Quote Originally Posted by moose135
    Interesting photos, Josh. I really like the guy in the "Create a Character" shots!
    what?? care to explain? you're not jumping the fence now are you moose?
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Quote Originally Posted by cancidas
    what?? care to explain? you're not jumping the fence now are you moose?
    No, he just looks like a real "character" to me!

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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Quote Originally Posted by moose135
    Quote Originally Posted by cancidas
    what?? care to explain? you're not jumping the fence now are you moose?
    No, he just looks like a real "character" to me!
    well you're right on that one. the setting couldn't have been better, at the docks with some guy thinking he's hot stuff standing in the background...
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    Re: Semester 1 photo work...

    Thank you all for the kind words towards these pieces.

    To answer your question, Matt, my experience thus far at school has been absolutely fantastic. Having previously attended 2 other schools for a small amount of time (The George Washington University and NYU), I finally feel that I'm at the perfect place. It's a dream to be studying my greatest passion, photography. The staff at SVA is comprised of some of the world's finest working professional photographers as well as highly renowned art critics...as it should be (the school is within the top 3 for photography in the nation). When anywhere amongst the 8 stories of the Photo building, you can simply feel it in the air that you're in a very positive environment which focuses on the cultivation of self-expressed sensibility. I'm really looking forward to what the next 2.5 years of my education will present me with.

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