Author Archives: Sunny

Hutong Photo Day Plan of Action

The photographer Yanidel inspires me the most because I like how he focuses on simple objects but conveys a lot of meanings behind the photo.  His photos usually contain one or two objects (people) where the two or one are … Continue reading

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Analysis of 3 Street Photographers

Photographer #1: Nick Turpin In this street photograph, the camera is taken through a window, focusing on a man sitting on the bus with his bag on his lap.  He’s facing the window but eyebrows locked, seems like thinking something … Continue reading

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Street Photography Day #2

Photo #1 Photo #2 Photo #3 Photo #4 Photo #5 Critiques for Photo #5: In this photo, the rule of thirds is applied through the man/object is placed on the one-third to the left side of the photo, making the … Continue reading

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Dragon’s Eye Exhibition

Title of Photo: Flood Line Name of photographer: Gilbert Choy Where you saw it: Outside of the cafeteria in the Dragon’s Eye Exhibition Connection to me: The photo connects to me from the objects and setting, in which the man, … Continue reading

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Street Photographer: Saul Leiter

Photographer: Saul Leiter Style: Saul Leiter’s photography style is not notable, but still gives the viewer a feeling of a certain mood the photograph tries to convey.  Although street photography mostly consists of black and white photos, Leiter’s applied color … Continue reading

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Street Photography Day #1

On this day in class, we went out and took street photos in the park across the street from the school (April 12th).  We spent about 45 min and were free to wander around the park in an effort to … Continue reading

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A Guiding Booklet about Sheila Birling

For the literary element project, I focused on the element of characterization, in particular, the character Sheila Birling in J.B. Priestley’s An Inspector Calls.  I have chosen to produce a booklet as a guiding path of Sheila Birling’s characteristics as … Continue reading

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Behind the Bike

Do you think parents are destined to help their children?  Is there a definite bond between a parent and their child?  In my personal narrative, I explored the idea of home with an experience of my younger self.  From the … Continue reading

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Unearthing China Travel Magazine

 

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The Legend of Red Fern

[spoiler alert!] “I know it is still there, hiding its secret beneath those long, red leaves, but it wouldn’t be hidden from me for part of my life is buried there, too.  Yes, I know it is still there, for … Continue reading

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