This is a photo series project that must be completed in one day during sun up.
You will set up a still life of small objects that have vibrant colors, textures, soft lines and/or sharp corners. Place your still life arrangement in a location near a window that gets partial sun. Then, set up your iPad or a camera on a tripod framing your still life into a pleasing composition – it is key you shoot each photo from the SAME angle and without flash!
Over the course of 8 hours – capture 8 photographs of the still life. One hour gap seems to work well. Anytime during the day to evening will be best.
A timeline like this one can give you a nice range of color shifts:
Please post all 8 pictures in the correct sequence with the corresponding time on your blog by date below.
DUE ON BLOG: MONDAY, OCT. 2nd at 11:59pm
Tehching (Sam) Hsieh, One Year Performance 1980–1981 (Time Clock Piece):
The Blue/black or gold/white dress: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/mv58kx/heres-whats-happening-with-that-dress-with-the-confusing-colors-882