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Quiz Owen Dennis

1) For motion blur, I had to capture the picture as the train was moving so the people who were walking on the platform would be blurred. I had to set the exposure while the lighting was low and keep … Continue reading

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Week 9 Owen Dennis

Short light, more light is on the side where my features show the most. Broad, the side of my face that’s turned to the camera is the brightest.   Split, one half is darker than the other when I’m next … Continue reading

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Week 9 Owen Dennis

I think the contrast is visible. The picture of me in front of the window brightened my face and as well as the background. While the picture of me away from the window doesn’t have that good of a lighting. … Continue reading

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Week 9 – Silhouette Owen Dennis

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Owen Dennis Learning Log

Considering this is my first photography class, doing the class work has been interesting and a little difficult. The coursework isn’t work you can just do over night which makes it challenging. But I think that also makes the work … Continue reading

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Week 8 Owen Dennis

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Week 12 Owen Dennis

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Week 12 – Owen Dennis

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Week 10 Owen Dennis

– Front light Yousef Karash –Split light Gregory Heisler .   Broad light Celeste Sloman Rembrandt Celeste Sloman . Short light Celeste Split light Johnathon Mannion    

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Week 10 Owen Dennis

My model cooperated very well while I tried the different angle distortions. I had to angle the camera differently to achieve each distortion which wasn’t very difficult to do. I think if you accidentally achieve a distortion such as with … Continue reading

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