Describe: This photo was a remix of Rebecca Chitticks, she takes portraits then uses a filter to make the person look like a painting, she usually uses a solid color background but this one has a concrete texture. Paint strokes were added to the photo, and the boy looks like a cartoon. There is also neat lines that look warped and lines that look like they were spray painted. The photo seems child-like.
Analyze: The photographer used elements from Rebecca Chitticks' but put their own spin on it. The most apparent composition points are leading lines with the paint strokes, and the lines running across the photograph. Get close, because the picture doesn't have a lot of negative space and was taken close to Sean. And offish because there are paint strokes randomly placed throughout the photo, and the lines make the image less balanced.
Interpret: The paint strokes seem like they're bringing color and a positive feeling to a bleak setting. The photo is about self-confidence because the boy is confident and the colors are coming to his life because of it. The main message from this picture is to believe in yourself and your life will be better because of it.
Evaluate: I think the photo did a good job getting its message across and it looks different to most photos which was the artist's intention. The photo shop for the paint strokes was bad, there is spots of white that make the photo look sloppy, and not well made. Overall the photo is unique and uses the paint strokes and colors very well.