This photo represents sense of place, because it shows a place were I think represents me. I chose this perspective, because it is an open area with snow covered trees and a fence. Being outside, it shows you somewhat about what I like and where I live. I chose this subject, because like I said, it shows where I live and how I am.
All Are In demonstrates vantage point, because it has a very unique way of showing the bridles. This photo was taken at a very interesting view. When I took the photo, I was leaning up against a wall. It helped me with not having any camera shake and it was at an interesting perspective. I chose this perspective, because it brought my attention.
The paddock demonstrates stop action, because there is an object in focus that is moving and it is captured in mid-air. This perspective shows an interesting view in the background and not only the object that is moving. I chose to photograph this action, because I liked the background and the other objects around the main object that is in motion.
I selected this particular image of figures on a bookcase, because it consisted of many different characters and was taken at a lower angle below my actual height. I shot this image for my selective focus, since the characters in the foreground were in focus more than the other things in the background.
Under The Stairs demonstrates Depth of Field, because the image is in focus throughout the whole picture. This perspective of my subject shows the stairs an interesting point of view. It sort of comes from the side but then again not really. I chose the stairs because I liked how they were decorated with objects that gave it a sense of uniqueness.
This was another picture captured when one of our students, Eden, ran past the camera and jumped in mid air. This photo came out really good also. It shows all the motions as she is jumping in the air.
This image is from my class having some fun with the flash from the cameras. We shot our pictures in an all black room in our school. All of us participated in this activity. Some of us shot the pictures and some of us acted out different scenes that could be shot. We used tennis rackets to guitars to christmas lights.
In contrast to the first photo, which was taken head-on to the staircase, this photo was taken from the lower staircase (most prevalent in first photo) facing the upper staircase. In this project, we were exploring vantage point and spent 10 minutes shooting photos of every-day items and places, but from an angle you wouldn't normally expect. This was one my favorite of the photos t