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Katie's PhotoVoice Portfolio

Week 1

My best pictures are the horizontal familiar object (top left). vertical family member (top right) and horizontal "selfie" (bottom left).
These are some other pictures I took this week.

Week 2

My best snapshot is on the top left because I like how the warm tones of the picture match Siobhán's red sweater. I also like how she looks like she's about to laugh. I think that is what makes my picture a snapshot, that I didn't tell her to smile like that, I saw her about to laugh and I took the picture. My favorite portrait is on the top right because Raven stands out against the somewhat simple background. I told her to move around and to put her hand in her pocket. I took a bunch of pictures and chose the best one. I also like the window reflection creating a mirrored effect.

Week 3

Frustrated with the aftermath of the midterms, I can't believe how people can sit at home because they don't want to vote. There are thousands of people who were denied the right to vote, and some think that voting is too annoying and tedious.

Week 4 - Artist Statement

I feel like because I am a kid, my voice will never be heard because I don't have the right to vote. It really frustrates me that some people actually choose not to vote because they think their vote doesn't matter. My message is to encourage those who do, to speak up for the people who are denied that right.

Week 5

For my final photos, I got my ideas from walking past a polling place on my way home from school. I got a couple of angles, but these were my favorite. I increased the contrast and blurred the background a bit on both of them, and made the one on the left black and white. I think the black and white makes the photo seems more serious and formal.

I feel like because I am a kid, my voice will never be heard because I don't have the right to vote. It really frustrates me that some people actually choose not to vote because they think their vote doesn't matter. My message is to encourage those who do, to speak up for the people who are denied that right. Caring about the election is not the same as voting in the election.

Week 6 - Final Photo+Statement

I feel like because I am a kid, my voice will never be heard because I don't have the right to vote. It really frustrates me that some people actually choose not to vote because they think their vote doesn't matter. Voters are deciding our future, and choosing not to vote is ignoring that fact. My message is to encourage those who do, to speak up for the people who are denied that right. Caring about the election is not the same as voting in the election.
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