chris, the first one is much stronger for me, the second does little for me. i think maybe a wider range of time would help for future reference
Hey Chris. I agree with Chelsea...I would like to see the individual images taken over a greater range of time.
I agree that the first is better as it was over a much longer period, but I like the artistic direction you're going with the way you've spliced the images together on the second one. I like the radiation. And the dude.
once again i must agree with the masses. good idea poor execution. maybe try and find a spot to shoot and do it over a week or for the entire semester, then you could have it snowing rain, sunshine, green grass, have it all. good idea though i think it will turn out great. one more thing. the first image has a very dramatic composition what is only emphasized by the differing lighting, try to thing about that when picking locations to shoot, how will the light affect the mode of the image seeing as you will have many different types of lights, just something to keep in mind.
I think that variation in time will be interesting. This image is tough because you do not have a solid object that light is falling on, so it is a little harder to see the shift in light quality.
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