Image by Fausto Podavini from 'Mirella'; I love the composition of this image, and the visual depth of it as well. The pillar with the clock on it seems ominous in itself, and then the posture, position and facial expression of the woman creates more questions than it does answers as to what is happening in this image.

Image by Fausto Podavini from 'Mirella'; I love the composition of this image, and the visual depth of it as well. The pillar with the clock on it seems ominous in itself, and then the posture, position and facial expression of the woman creates more questions than it does answers as to what is happening in this image.

Image by Seph Lawless; Again, I also like the use of the window light in this image. I also like the effect on the wall that the light has because of the closed blinds; I could try to replicate this in my images since most of the curtains in my grandparent's house remain mostly closed, only letting in a small ray of sunlight.

Image by Seph Lawless; Again, I also like the use of the window light in this image. I also like the effect on the wall that the light has because of the closed blinds; I could try to replicate this in my images since most of the curtains in my grandparent's house remain mostly closed, only letting in a small ray of sunlight.

Image by Christopher Martin; I liked his images that had people in it that were partially obscured in the blurs. That leans more towards what I was considering for my folio; creating moving ghost figures.

Image by Christopher Martin; I liked his images that had people in it that were partially obscured in the blurs. That leans more towards what I was considering for my folio;

Image by Seph Lawless; I like the use of the window light in this image, and I also like how he has framed the image to include the door, so that you see the number. It almost gives it more personality on top of its neglected appearance.

Image by Seph Lawless; I like the use of the window light in this image, and I also like how he has framed the image to include the door, so that you see the number. It almost gives it more personality on top of its neglected appearance.

Image by Seph Lawless; I like the creepiness of the doll head being present and looking very clean and well put together, but being surrounded by a room that almost looks like its collapsing in on itself.

Image by Seph Lawless; I like the creepiness of the doll head being present and looking very clean and well put together, but being surrounded by a room that almost looks like its collapsing in on itself.

Image by Seph Lawless; I like this hallway shot and the way the light is filtering into the hallway from different doorways. I also like how it looks as though a warm light is on at the end of the hallway, insinuating warmth and human activity.

Image by Seph Lawless; I like this hallway shot and the way the light is filtering into the hallway from different doorways. I also like how it looks as though a warm light is on at the end of the hallway, insinuating warmth and human activity.

Image by Seph Lawless; I looked at a series of images that Seph Lawless did, exploring abandoned homes that usually had homeless people camping in them. I looked specifically at this for inspiration with homes that are structurally falling apart.

Image by Seph Lawless; I looked at a series of images that Seph Lawless did, exploring abandoned homes that usually had homeless people camping in them. I looked specifically at this for inspiration with homes that are structurally falling apart.

Image by Phil Toledano from 'Days With My Father'; Again, I really like the humour in this image. This is what I would want to portray through my portraits if I had done them, rather than the sadness that is primarily there.

I've loved the website "Days with my Father". Reminds me of my beloved grandfather and the fact that even through I only knew him as my "GrandPa", he was once young and, possible, insanely cool and funny.

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