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Learning Log Week 7

It was our first online class together. It went well except for some technical issues which is normal to occur. On my part, my laptop decided to go on it’s own sick leave so I am having difficulties using it. … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden 2/28/2020

This is a succulent called Graptopetalum superbum. It is found in the Desert Pavilion of the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens.

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BBG

This is a kind of cactus flower. Although in the cold New York winter, it is still beautiful blooming because the greenhouse gives it a good growing environment. The greenhouse not only shines good sunlight on the cactus, but also … Continue reading

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The beautiful landscape of Plants

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Movement capture

My favorite picture from last weeks class because the camera captured me as I was in the middle of the air and I though it was really beautiful and unique

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this was my favorite piece from the valentines day shoot because with the way the camera zooms in on the landscape of the plant, it allows the roses in the back to look even more beautiful

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Favorite photo

1/320sec at f/4.9 iso 5000 I like how he looked toward to the hat. It gives a relationship with them.

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f/4.0 shutter speed 1/500 iso 800 I had to throw the scarf and stay still and leave it fell off at me.

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I chose this photo because i love how it focuses on the details of the flower. The direction of the light is front.

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Flower

I like this photo because its reflective which shows symmetry, and its a close up which shows details and its a fill the frame.

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