Sequence december 2017
A publication celebrating young & talented creatives from the VSAA photography community & beyond. Volume 3 Issue 3 December 2017 Based in Vancouver, Washington
Editor: Kastine Cook Advisor: Abby Harris Staff: 08 issuu.com/chromamagazine email@example.com All photgraphs belong to the artist and have been published with their permission. DO NOT copy or share any images without explicit permission from Chroma Magazine. Thank you for respecting the photographers featured and the integrity of their work.
Series, Movement, Time. Life is a constant sequence moving around us. We often donâ€™t the take time to capture this movement; allowing priceless opportunities left to waste. In the spirit of this, we challenged our staff to embrace the concept of sequence. Pushing themselves to find the definition of this term for themselves and their work. We found that students often find themselves truly inspired in unknown territory. I hope you find inspiration in the work of these very talented individuals & thank you for reading Chroma Magazine. Kastine Cook Editor
STAFF GALLERY james hurst // 08 saylem pitkin de la rosa // 14 reyli quiĂąonez // 20 P. 44
cassy white // 26 ellie josephson // 32 trillian vieira // 38 maria vara // 44
byanca young // 50
P. 26 ON THE COVER: ellie josephson // 32
chroma // 09
Eyes. -The windows to the soul I saw the heavens and then I forgot I saw the thunderous mountains and then I forgot I saw the sea in all its plenteous glory and then I forgot Ears. -The doorways to information I heard shrieking pain and then I forgot I heard heart strings play their anecdotal melodies and then I forgot I heard corrupt recoverance in a seemingly confident voice and then I forgot Nose. -The floodgates of intuition I sniffed cold misery and then I forgot I sniffed rotting grotesque glutton and then I forgot I sniffed the very fragrance of love and then I forgot Mouth. -The tunnel of influence I spoke life and then I forgot I spoke unadulterated decete and then I forgot I spoke genuine, young romance and then I forgot Brain. -The gateway to understanding I remembered three point six million I remembered six point six million I remembered ten seconds of every sixty seconds of every sixty minutes of every twenty four hours And then, I remembered That I, Forgot.
SAYLEM PITKIN DE LA ROSA
chroma // 17
model: Andrea Fernandez-Henry location: Crystal Ballroom
chroma // 25
INGEMINATE ellie josephson
chroma // 33
For this series I wanted to stretch myself a bit further. with this, I strived to create images that could stand independently as well as in a group. My process began by looking through inspiration images online to get the ball rolling, and from there I produced my own version of what I observed altering each image to my liking. Some images were composed by myself at home using some studio lighting, while others required a scheduled day to shoot with a different location and outfit for each scene. Ingeminate means to repeat. My intentions were to carry this idea of repetition throughout all of my images to achieve unity amongst the diversity. I hope you will enjoy this small peek into my journey with this series!
model: Isabel Hernandez
chroma // 41
PINK GRANDMA Maria Vara
chroma // 49
etheral BYANCA YOUNG
Thereâ€™s something mystical about the hours leading up to and surrounding the sunrise. Something eerie about the darkness and silence before, something captivating about the appearance of light and wild life. Ethereal seeks to capture the sequence of life in the early morning light. Location: Brookings, Oregon Models: Audriana and Alexis Forrester
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