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a series of images observing distortion, memories, warmth and nostalgia, produced for a college project

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These images are more technically distorted rather than the subject matter, I would try to focus on that since you portray a series of distorted ideals rather than how it looks.

When I think of distorted I think of the surrealism of the subject.

From what it looks like, you photographed things that are nostalgic to you, added warm tones, then manipulated the actual image itself using layer masks. Try to think outside that regular, popular zone and think as a painter. A painter would focus more on the subject and visual elements rather than what he could do to the canvas itself.

I would list ideas now but I have to go to a class.. like right now. >_>
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