All posts by: Rachael

31 Jan

Doll Parts

I was a witness to the aftermath of a doll masacre, and it was very disturbing… This shot is another to be used as an image projection in “Bear.” Try to imagine a large scale version of this and the previous shot of the doll projected onto a wall. Oh the creepiness!

30 Jan

Projected Imagery

In the last four months I’ve attended two plays that have utilized image projection to great affect within their productions. I’m usually not much of a threatre goer so I was pleasantly surprised and fascinated by the use of these special affects. A court scene in “House of Atreus” at UBC back in the fall, […]

29 Jan

Snap, Crackle & Pop

I have the first roll of film back from the “Snap Crackle & Pop” trash cam I bought at Value Village a few weeks ago and I’m very happy with the results. The film I used was Fujicolour Superia X-tra 800 ISO, shot under very sunny lighting conditions. I decided to approach it the same […]

28 Jan

Crossing lines

Taken with a “Snap Crackle & Pop” Trash Cam.

27 Jan

The Hollywood

The Hollywood – Taken with a Holga 120 CFN

© Rachael Ashe