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Posted: 2010/12/13 in ART315 Projects

I Am Only Waiting from M.D.Gray on Vimeo.

A short film created as the final project for a digital art class at PSU Abington. Our goal was to take a mundane subject and present it in an interesting way. I recorded some of the long, boring drive I have to campus using the in-camera pan and tilt setting on a canon s95 and set it to one of my favorite songs by a great band called Zox (Check them out at zoxband.com). If you would like to see more of my work, please visit my blog at mdgray.wordpress.com

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<<A series of photographs taken as part of a visual alphabet project for ART315 at PSU Abington.>>

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Posted: 2010/09/01 in ART315 Projects, Photography
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<<A series of photographs taken as part of a visual alphabet project for ART315 at PSU Abington.>>

I concentrated on producing simple images of letters that have seen better days, mostly taken at the train yard in New Hope, PA. I used a combination of rich texture, strong color contrast, and simple composition to bring each individual letter to life.

<<A series of photographs taken as part of a visual alphabet project for ART315 at PSU Abington.>>

I concentrated on producing simple images of letters that have seen better days, mostly taken at the train yard in New Hope, PA. I used a combination of rich texture, strong color contrast, and simple composition to bring each individual letter to life.

<<A series of photographs taken as part of a visual alphabet project for ART315 at PSU Abington.>>

I concentrated on producing simple images of letters that have seen better days, mostly taken at the train yard in New Hope, PA. I used a combination of rich texture, strong color contrast, and simple composition to bring each individual letter to life.

<<A series of photographs taken as part of a visual alphabet project for ART315 at PSU Abington.>>

I concentrated on producing simple images of letters that have seen better days, mostly taken at the train yard in New Hope, PA. I used a combination of rich texture, strong color contrast, and simple composition to bring each individual letter to life.

A-Z

Posted: 2010/09/01 in ART315 Projects, Photography
Tags: , , , , ,

<<A series of photographs taken as part of a visual alphabet project for ART315 at PSU Abington.>>

I concentrated on producing simple images of letters that have seen better days, mostly taken at the train yard in New Hope, PA. I used a combination of rich texture, strong color contrast, and simple composition to bring each individual letter to life.

<<A series of photographs taken as part of a visual alphabet project for ART315 at PSU Abington.>>

I concentrated on producing simple images of letters that have seen better days, mostly taken at the train yard in New Hope, PA. I used a combination of rich texture, strong color contrast, and simple composition to bring each individual letter to life.

A-Z

Posted: 2010/09/01 in ART315 Projects, Photography
Tags: , , , , ,

<<A series of photographs taken as part of a visual alphabet project for ART315 at PSU Abington.>>

I concentrated on producing simple images of letters that have seen better days, mostly taken at the train yard in New Hope, PA. I used a combination of rich texture, strong color contrast, and simple composition to bring each individual letter to life.

<<A series of photographs taken as part of a visual alphabet project for ART315 at PSU Abington.>>

I concentrated on producing simple images of letters that have seen better days, mostly taken at the train yard in New Hope, PA. I used a combination of rich texture, strong color contrast, and simple composition to bring each individual letter to life.