To have your “Head in the Clouds” is to take reality apart, and then put it back together in whichever way you want…basically, turning it into a dream. I realized that a dream wasn’t something that could just simply be photographed. Instead, I needed to find a way to blur the line between reality and imaginations. I want the audience to get lost in each photo, to feel as if they are there, suspended, holding their breath as time slows down around them; to allow themselves to take a moment and put their own head in the clouds.
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A photographic series by AP Photo student Dylan Smith