Project Proposal

Proposal 

Malorie Andregg

Tentative Series Name: 

Home Town

State Idea: 

I want to focus on photos of my hometown of Temecula.

How will you execute idea? 

I would love to do a lot of landscapes, as well as specific spots of Temecula people don’t really think about. Nostalgic stuff that people who are from here know but don’t focus on. 

Why is this topic important to you? What do you want other people to understand? What do you hope this series will accomplish? 

I want to illuminate what it is like to grow up in Temecula, CA. Little spots that mean the most to me and mean stuff for other people. 

Any special conditions, equipment, or techniques needed? 

I plan for these images to be fairly straight forward but may need a reflector. 

Output Method and Size:

I’m not sure yet, I may make them into postcards, or something else, I will see as I shoot the photos. 

Exercise G

3.The top photo was printed at Walgreens and the bottom one was printed at CVS.
4.Walgreens did a better job at capturing the slight detail in the background. But CVS did the color slightly more saturated and made a more dramatic composition.
5. I would probably go to Walgreens for future prints, or print at home on my printer where I can control the adjustments. Now I know if I print a CVS I have to be conscious of the saturation difference from the original print.

Still Life

1. For the normal still life I am planning on using numerous items around my house to compose images that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also compose some sort of theme.
2. For the advertising still life and I am planning on doing multiple photos of pop figures, composed in a scene depending on the which character is being photographed. I am also looking to shoot some brand clothing items as well.
3. For ingredients, I am planning on using my big wood table or granite countertops as the backdrop. I’m planning on using some old family recipes and using food around my house to compose an interesting composition that allows the viewer to see all the ingredients in an aesthetically pleasing way.