List of FRAMEWORKS
#1 – Setting up the fake (1st iteration: Choose a notable artwork – historical or contemporary – and recreate it as a photographic image)
#2 – Low contrast (B&W image) based on one of two images:
#3 – Three images using the exact same framing for each
#4 – High key composition of grey to white (B&W image)
#5 – Low Key composition of grey to black (B&W image)
#6 – Still Life
#7 – Interior space of interest
#8 – Setting up the fake (2nd iteration: Choose a notable artwork – historical or contemporary – and recreate it as a photographic image. This may, or may not be, the same reference from Framework #1.)
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