Low Res. (Low Resolution) is a series of portraits of individuals composed as if they were taken in photo booth. In the photographs, the subjects either engage the camera half-heartedly, or they turn away from the lens, indifferent to the camera’s presence. The organic texture of the emulsion gives the photographs the appearance of decay. The photographs, with their coarse texture and desponded subjects, counter the highly polish, immaculately composed look of contemporary commercial portraiture. {Project}