FacingThePlasticLifeFeatured By OwnerNov 27, 2012Student General Artist
My dream photograph would be one that finally shows clearly what I have in mind, instead of just kinda showing what I was thinking about. But for that I'd need a lot of props, and models and other stuff that might cost the money that I don't have. xD
My dream photograph would be something that pleases the people who view it. I want people to be able to look at one of my photos and think "Wow, I love this"; the ability to move even just one person with my work is more than enough for me.
I've actually always wanted a picture of myself in mum's dress standing in a cemetery. Not any random cemetery though. There's this one out in the country not far from where I live and it has a white picket fence. Most of my father's relatives are in it.
An-Epitaph-To-TruthFeatured By OwnerNov 14, 2012Hobbyist Photographer
My absolute dream photo would be of my favourite band standing shoulder-to-shoulder on stage with their backs to the enormous crowd they attracted in London in 2002. Sadly this will never be possible because not only is 2002 a decade behind me, but the original bassist has passed on
Riots! Might get something similar. I'm considering taking a trip to a Black Friday event. I'm going to try to get in people's face and really get a good picture of the Black Friday madness that goes on here in the states.
rustyironmongerFeatured By OwnerNov 9, 2012Hobbyist General Artist
Three will never happen because the locations no longer exist: a full shoot of Dixie Square Mall in Harvey, Illinois, and the same of Kaufdorf Autofriedhof in Switzerland.
Two others, I will likely never be able to get to photograph. Chippewa Lake Amusement Park in Ohio (unsafe and slated for demolition soon) and the abandoned Olympic sites in Sarajevo, Bosnia.
My attainable dream shoots are the boneyard at Scott & Sons Towing in Eugene, Oregon, the mostly abandoned towns of Shaniko, Rieth, Helix and Meacham in Eastern Oregon, the Fairview mental hospital in Salem, Oregon, and the Enchanted Forest amusement park near Salem, Oregon on a day toward the end of operating season, preferably a school day for kids and with a chance of rain so as to keep people away from the park. This will also include a shoot of the abandoned Thrill-Ville USA park next door if I can get my camera's zoom in through the fence mesh.
I'm pretty much stuck in my home state due to court orders...