by Kyaunna Hall of K Fresh Photography
Four Seasons of Love
This is a love story told through photographs. The photographs were taken in each season representing Frozen Emotions, Natural Chemistry, Genuine Vibes and One Falls, One Leaves to show falling in love to falling apart. #ThisOneIsForYouDidro
One Eye Love
This is a photography series entitled, One Eye Love. Through the series, a poem narrates the story the photographs are telling. One is living, surviving, but also viewed through, one eye in which who is seen is who one loves.
1940's/1950's Inspired by Marilyn Monroe
Bringing women of color into a diner dressed in 1940's/1950's themed clothing.
A Photographer's Mood Board
A Photographer's Mood Board is an inspiring photography series created by Kyaunna Hall of K Fresh Photography. The mood board itself was inspired and designed to express the thoughts and feelings the photographer Kyaunna faced during CoVid-19. All photographs were taken by Kyaunna. Kyaunna is pictured in self-portraits using the mood board as the backdrop as a extension of the photography project.
History captured as people protest in year 2021 in Brockton, Massachusetts
Everyone is wearing black in the photographs. Black represents power.
What if Nature did not have any color?
What if nature did not have any color? Random thought about something such as nature that is filled with color when we imagine it. The raggares thoughts comes to mind thinking of leaves not being green or brown. This idea was inspired by a thought to emphasize on texture.
Texture in nature is seen through black and white images. The exhibit will consist of a series of black and white photographs that will be admired at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston as many will depict an essence of texture through the prints. This exhibit and photo series, entitled “If Nature Was Black and White.” Nature will be viewed in black and white prints in hopes focuses will be about the texture and feeling. Feeling in more of an emotion standpoint that one feels as they gaze at the photographs. The thought of feeling lost and helpless may come to mind but not actually being so. Others may feel growth as they look at a still photographs detail in texture that they can almost touch it.
This exhibit of nature in black and white hopes to achieve admiration with texture and feelings that is considered while looking at each photograph. The goal of the exhibit is to allow those to see nature in a different depiction from what they are use too. The photographs will deliver more of a view of nature’s detail from inside woods but not in color. From there, people will want to purchase each photograph from the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston maybe for their home and/or office.
Throughout the series, there will be photographs from a wooded area as mentioned before where each photo was captured. One may admire the details of the turtle’s shell as he walks along grass and leaves beneath him. Also, there are photos where the sunlight shines on top and behind leaves giving shadow but also brightness of a specific part of a leaf for example that compliments it’s details. The bark on trees texture may give those who look closely different ideas as to how they feel or see within as they admire bark in detail. The wood of the bridge and on a bird house seems soft to touch that one may think by looking at the photographs admiring the contrast. How can we sense how something feels by looking at it? The series is to inspire people to think outside of their usual thinking after viewing each photograph and share it with others