Sarah Cifelli – Assignment 3

This photo is of the Native American statues in front of Fusz Hall. I love the composition of the photo and the angle of their views, just above and outside of the photo. We do not know what they are looking at but we can imagine by the way they are in crouched poses and have looks of despair as if they are receiving a difficult message on their faces. The hand on the shoulder also represents some sort of leadership and status difference. I love the colors and texture of the statues themselves, as well as the way the tree branches out behind in the same direction as the staff held by the center figure. The colors of early morning are seen in the background behind the tree as well, which adds to  a lighter mood of possible hope for the figures.  I love the shapes included and the angle from which this photo was taken. I think that playing around with the time of day and therefore the light of the photo could change the mood and story told. I also could try different angles, possibly just single face close ups or a shot of the figures face that we do not see here.

Sarah Cifelli

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1 Response to “Sarah Cifelli – Assignment 3”


  1. 1 sluphojo October 3, 2014 at 7:45 pm

    Love the framing here – it has Sarah Cifelli written all over it. Style & Vision (cue the emoticon with the sunglasses)


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