Thursday, October 21, 2010


Yesterday we had our media arts field trip to NYC and I must say it was pretty amazing. Everyone split up but I had fun with everyone I ended up with. And a TON of fun singing on the 4 hour bus ride home. Aside from all of that I did take some photos with my Nikon D5000. All of the ones I chose to upload ended up being from the Met which is a pretty inspiring place. I was a little disappointed in their photo gallery but everything else made up for it. Hope you enjoy these!!!

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Zombie Invasion!!!

So last night I had one of the most fun photo shoots I've done in a while. And it involved assorted meats and fake blood. For my digital course at school we were required to re-do a book cover of our choice. I have a very weird obsession with zombies so of course I chose The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks to re-make. The cover surprisingly has no blood so I wanted to spice it up a bit. Here is the picture I used for the front cover. See if you can guess what it is!
©Felicia Puff

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Street Photography

Is DEFINITELY not my specialty but I was happy with how some of my photos turned out. David Graham said that street shooting is starting to decline in our department so he wanted to get us out of our comfort zones and get us into people's faces. I mean, a lot of people don't have a problem photographing strangers...but I am not one of those people. I suppose it could grow on me though seeing how these turned out. These photos are all shot I am still trying to master digital since it is my weak point. But it seems like I'm still seeing things in black and white since 3 out of 4 of these are black and white. I guess old habits are hard to change. Anywho, enjoy!!!

Monday, October 4, 2010

Recent Digital Work!!

Hey Yall!!! So I figured I'd get some work up that was actually part of a class this semester. This assignment was for David Graham's Junior Course and the concept was interrupted frame. This is the first real assignment I've chosen to do digitally and it surprisingly didn't turn out too bad. I shot these in my apartment with a black back drop and a single tungsten light. Enjoy!!

Oh. And we had this "cat challenge" we had to photograph as well. It's basically trying to take an overly photographed, almost cliche subject and making it more interesting. I actually hate cats, I'm much more of a dog person but I attempted to shoot something anyway. I ended up getting two creepy cat figurines from the thrift store and photographing them in my apartment with a black back drop and a small tungsten light. Here it is!!