I shot this image for the Sense of Place assignment, and it was somewhat hard to choose. I had a few photos that I could use for the Sense of Place assignment, which illustrated each in their own way the ways of Edgecomb, Maine. I tried to print one before this of a covered boat with snow all around it, and a bicycle leaning up against the trailer, but it didn’t seem to be per
I chose this photo for my Backlighting assignment because I liked it the most out of all of the backlighting photos that I shot. This photo demonstrates a unique vantage point because, although you may not be able to tell, I am very low to the ground. This could also be used for my Sense of Place assignment because it is very close to my home and a place that I used to visit a lot i
I selected this image for the Portrait assignment because I liked how it came out and it was the best portrait shot that I had. The printing went really well, I only had to make a few prints and I didn’t have to burn, dodge, or use any filters.
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I chose this image for the Blurred Motion assignment because it was, surprisingly, the best one that I had. None of the blurred motion shots I took seemed to either come out in processing, or be completely in focus, so I had to choose this shot by default.
I selected this image for our Stop Action assignment. I shot this in a completely dark room with a strobe light on, which acted as a flash when shooting, and froze the moving object (in this case a ball being juggled) whenever it flashed. This could also fulfill the requirements of the Portrait assignment.
I chose this image for the Depth of Field assignment because it meets the requirements of the assignment, and it was my favorite Depth of Field shot. It could also be used for my Sense of Place assignment, because this photo was shot not far from my home.
The second photo I developed was for the purpose of our Selective Focus assignment. I selected this photo because it was right for the assignment and the tire creates an interesting contrast in the middle of the forest, in the way of organic versus inorganic materials and objects. This demonstrates a unique vantage point because I was very low to the ground, face-to-face with the ti
The first image that I chose to print was a Vantage Point shot of lichen growing on the rope of my hammock. I chose this photo because it was in focus, had no light problems, and was an intriguing image to look at. This image demonstrated a unique vantage point because it is not every day that you get that close to the hammock to look at the lichen growing on it. I also used t