left sides are edited and right sides are original
I was really puzzeled when I knew the theme of this week’s weekly mini project, however you were very clever to use the pictures that you took during class to aim for this week’s mini project. The art classroom is indeed a great place to take pictures for this week’s theme “Dirty Can be Beautiful”, since artists can get very dirty ( because of art materials like paint and clay) when creating beautiful masterpieces. And you need hands to create artwork! Which perfectly fits this week’s weekly mini project’s theme and requirements.
My favorite pictures are the second one and the third one (sadly there weren’t any captions so I couldn’t call them by their name!) because the way took the picture was very creative. Taking a picture upside down? That was some very out-of-the-box thinking! The editing process was also very detailed and shows that you are fully control of what you want your picture to look like (I can’t really master this technique yet)
The first picture of yours is really interesting since you used the green thing (I don’t know what it is ==) to frame Jing’s hands and her work. That’s a natural frame I believe, and I really like it. The color is much better after you edited it although I can see you did not put too much extreme effect on it, well it turns out amazingly with a soft but bright mood. The second photo is interesting too! Did you put it upside down on purpose? It’s really cool and the light from the window that reflects on the wall behind is sharp and active. I would say the color in the third and forth picture is really bright and matching. I like how you edited the forth picture and make the glass seem clearer, with all the dirts on it. And the dirt becomes shapes with sharper edges, turned out beautiful successfully 😉 The last one is also really cool! The light reflection on the glass is pretty even and it seems like there are several dimensions in there 😀 Nice job! Thanks for sharing~
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