taking flight at sunset

taking flight at sunset - student project

lately i'm loving nude/peach tones. I'm intesrested in building a project that can incoroporate suset colors; think peach, lavender, and nude tones. I also love the romance and movement of feathers from this color story perspective.

this project will induce a hopeful, anticiapatory emotion through the lense of a rosy sunset. 

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taking flight at sunset - image 1 - student project

i love the pachy/warm tones of this photo. i'm also really drawn to the energy of it; it seems hopeful for a gorgeous  debut on the catwalk soaking in the bright lights...

taking flight at sunset - image 2 - student project

this chick screams carrie bradshaw. she looks happy in her own glittery world and makes me happy to think i could be like her. i love the muted grey/ slate of her skirt and how the tone is so deep when combined with sparkle. such gorgeous deminsion, i think it suits my pallet well.

taking flight at sunset - image 3 - student project

pretty feathers and lovely color story here!

taking flight at sunset - image 4 - student project

love the warm glowy light here and the gilded feathers! so pretty!

taking flight at sunset - image 5 - student project

love the morning sunlight wash here, also her makeup and hair are so fresh. lovely!

taking flight at sunset - image 6 - student project

color inspiration the two above photos, would love to see this one especially in water color.

taking flight at sunset - image 7 - student project

pretty concept

taking flight at sunset - image 8 - student project

the colors here are amazing. i love the idea of expressing movement and i think a dress like this, or the feathers above are so pretty. id love to learn to capture their ariness!

taking flight at sunset - image 9 - student project

 i like the idea of this composition, maybe lavender where black though? colors of items in the shade of a sunset?

taking flight at sunset - image 10 - student project

Emily Winship

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