While Rosmel saw the Jeep one way for his geometric shapes project, Makiver decided he saw it a different way. I love both of these photographs equally, but Makiver’s photo is different because he decided to focus on just the beat up bumper area. I think he is truly finding his natural photographer. I say that because it seems that, at some point, photographers just love to photograph beat up and old run down things. And I’m included in that category.
February 21st 2009, Makiver’s shapes
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