Tuesday, September 23

Hope

Contributed by A Horton

This is a picture I took in a bridge next to Alexa's old house in Germany. I really liked the feel of the bridge, but I wish I would have gotten some more shots from there. The only thing I did to the picture was a crop.

6 comments:

Ali Hammond-ERHS said...

I like the statement that this photo makes. The broken down wall really follows the message of there always being hope. The lighting and focus are concentrated on not taking away from the words, which are the main subject present. I liked how the main word, hope, was off to the right in the photo instead of centered. This picture makes me think of the future and what to look forward to in life. I think it is very positive and definitely a keeper!

Alaina P. said...

I like this photo a lot. There's a good message and the bricks give it a unique look. I think you should've boosted the contrast to really bring out the colors in the brick. Other than that, it's very good.

Mr. Myers said...

Simple but effective. Good composition of the graffiti message. I do agree that a contrast boost would make a difference for the better. I like how the Hope side of the image is slightly brighter. Good job

Anonymous said...

i really like this photo. its not spectacular or anything but appeals to me emotionally a whole lot. it sends an awesome message. could be a little better with different lighting.

Anonymous said...

Diffidently a cool photo. I really like the message of the graffiti and the wall that it is written on. The torn up and forgotten nature of the wall really emphasize the words. The only thing I would do to make it better would be to adjust the contrast. But, I would overly adjust it to give it a hyper-realistic look. I think that kind of adjustment make graffiti shots look really nice, and almost put you in the moment when then were done. Graffiti shots are my favorite pics as graffiti is my favorite type of art, so this really hit home. Well done. ~MFS SPHS

jenna b. - phs said...

This photo really gives off an encouraging feeling. I like how the brick wall is kind of broken, it emphasizes the message the photo is portraying.