Archive for March 10th, 2016

Light Observation

Date: 3-9-16  Time: 6:15  Location: Campus

Objective Description: Walking around campus with my friend because it was beautiful out. The sunset was beautiful with an array of colors and it just made the day that much more beautiful.

Subjective Description: I took a walk with my friend, Meagan and we decided to get dinner then take a walk because we wanted to take advantage of the weather. As we were walking to Monroe to sing some show tunes, you couldn’t help but look at the colors that were in the sky due to the sun setting. It was beautiful and stopped us in our tracks. It made the night that much better and then we went to Dunkin’ talking more about what we witnessed before.

Photo Observation



Theme: Artificial Light

This picture stood out to me because this lamp creates a pool of light. It is a room full of darkness and this lamp shine son this mans head which then illuminates some of the room. This photo fascinates me due to its black and white qualities. It sets the mood for the emotions of this man.

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Lighting Observation 7

Date: 3/11/2016 Time: 9:15 p.m. Location: in my dorm

Objective Description: All of the lights in my room are out except for my Christmas lights. They are “icicle” lights so little strands of lights hand off of the main strand. There are also glittery, mini ornaments hanging on the lights.

Subjective Description: The mini bulbs reflect off of my pale yellow wall and it looks like each bulb is glowing. They are also hanging at all different lengths and do not really have a rhyme or reason to where they hang. This along with their individual, mini glows makes them look like stars in the sky. The small ornaments hanging off of the lights also make a cool effect on the wall. Because the ornaments were glitter, each individual speck of glitter reflected the light in its own way. The ornaments hanging on the strand of lights looked like mini disco balls and made the lighting feel fun just off of their reflections.