John Marshall had realized a different project about silhouettes in photography project last summer. He had living for a month on an island in Maine, he gave himself a 30-day project. He called it Sunset Silhouette Selfies and had done his own made models with only three rules.
1) He couldn’t have help. He used a ten-second timer, pressed the button and had to run into the shot.
2) He only used props that he made or that he found around the cabin. He never grabbed images off the web and inserted them later…other than a few light saber effects and a little dragon fire. (He couldn’t help myself.)
3) His tools were nothing special. Mostly, He used cardboard from the island dump, a common kitchen knife and a cheap pair of scissors.