Francesca Woodman - I really like how the artist has managed to create a macabre and ghostly atmosphere within their photograph by getting the sitter to move almost as if they are attempting to shield themselves from the daylight streaming through the open window. I also feel like the scene of destruction within the image, littered all over the floor, also adds to the idea of spirits and the macabre atmosphere.
nubnublovesbunnies: My first attempt at making a mind-map. I don’t know if I did it right because it doesn’t really look like any of the mind-maps I’ve seen before lol (any tips on how to make mind-maps would be appreciated!)
Lisa Milroy also paints shoes she draws ladies shoes, i will look at her line skills of drawing shoes her drawing look more realistic then Andy warhol, i will try to use her skills such as light lines but bold tone to look 3d, on this shoes i will use mark making and design packaging for them.
A common question among new photographers is, “What are shutter speed and aperture?” A lot of people seem to get hung up on this question, thinking that it has a complicated answer, but with a little bit of study, it is really quite a simple concept: your shutter speed and aperture determine how much light enters your camera. The two are closely related, as you will see, so let’s look at aperture first.