Another image for my digital double exposure project. More specifically the spin-off project I started recently.
I hadn’t done a double exposure for a while, and it is a series I want to continue so I figured I should shoot something for it. Plus, I think a new mini series may result from this image. I am still trying to think of a title for the series, so far the only thing I have thought of is the title of a Dr. Seuss book, “Oh the Places You Will Go,” which I am not happy with.
Sunday, October 17
My poor roommate, Whitney, gets roped into being my model quite often. Luckily she doesn’t seem to mind. Elliot was on his way to pick me up for dinner with his mom, aunt, and cousin, and so I asked Whitney if she would let me take pictures of her feet. I really love how this one turned out, the blue jeans with the orange of the leaves is just perfect.
Blah. That is how I am feeling and how I feel about this picture.
My knee is taking forever to heal. It is still super swollen (this is the smallest it has been, and it has been 3 weeks since surgery), and is still quite painful. This is the best the scar has looked though, out of the 3 times that it has been cut open. So that is a bonus I guess.
I was just messing around with textures since I couldn’t think of anything else to take a picture of or any other way to edit this.
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In my summer class today we had to mix and pour 200 pounds of plaster into big cardboard boxes. It was crazy exhausting work. Then some people’s boxes busted open, spilling the plaster everywhere. Me and Susannah (who the eye picture is of) rushed to help one of the guys who had that problem, and got splattered with plaster as a result. We decided we needed a picture together, which is the first somehow (despite knowing each other for 4 years). And yet it is just of our dirty feet, how nice.
I cannot believe I am posting this. I hate my feet. They are gross. Especially right now due to my beautiful ankle (it is really becoming colorful). Plus it is my 60th shot, which is impressive for me, so I was hoping for something big and cool. But I had absolutely no other ideas for today and not a ton of time because I have so much homework. So, here you go, my ugly feet to look at.
Creative title, I know. But I wasn’t feeling all that creative necessarily this week. My boyfriend and I went on a hike (the same hike as all the moss pictures), and I knew I wanted my self-portrait for the week to be out there. I hadn’t put any thought into it, since the trip itself was very last-minute. We had been walking for a bit and we stumbled on this little frozen stream, and I thought it would be good for a self-portrait. I decided I only wanted my feet in the shot mainly because (as cheesy as it is) my feet are very very important to me. I am a very active person, I play soccer, run, hike, climb, and pretty much anything else that involves being active. So I thought it was fitting for me to have a portrait of my feet. I didn’t do hardly any post-work, I just wanted to keep it simple and “plain” for the week. I hope you enjoy!