Portfolio Critique: Juan

Updated on June 20, 2017 in Critique
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0 on June 12, 2017

Juan your series is very good love the lo fi, red color theme. Perhaps an idea: do a photo series just on the color red, and publish it as a magazine or do a small gallery show?

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0 on June 12, 2017

Your photos remind me of William Eggleston’s works in a good way, with your own twists of course. My favourite from the bunch is the second photo; truly magnificent. But it doesn’t really fit your red thematic that other photos offer aside from your second and fourth picture. All in all, solid works! Keep it up.

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0 on June 12, 2017

I like your colors very much, the red the yellow. Your pictures are intriguing too, they make me want to look a bit longer to see what’s going on, exactly. How did you make the last picture? Throw a tomato up in the air?

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0 on June 14, 2017

I really like your photograph because of the colors. I like your fourth photograph for its ironical message and because of the shadow that fits good in the frame

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0 on June 14, 2017

The dog-wrap picture and shadow/sign picture had me thinking for a minute “what the…” then lauging as I figured out what was going on in them.  Really interesting and fun work.

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0 on June 15, 2017

Like your colors especially the red colors. Nice series. I like the photo with the dog because it seems like its back is forward him, very funny.

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0 on June 15, 2017

Thx a lot guys for all your feedback. I will try to comment on your portfolios asap.

We could use this as a kind of “gallery” thread to constanly upload recent pictures? like a feed or something?

PD: The tomato pic its actually a sticker in the glass of the supermarket.

 

 

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0 on June 20, 2017

Awesome series, 

Love the theme of red and the some what creepiness of the photos especially in the first one. What’s going on in the window lol?  But like Eric said I would love to see these in an exhibit up close and personal.  

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