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(don’t know why it uploaded in landscape orientation) I chose this image because of what I captured in the bokeh- Jill, distraught, when Jack falls down. This was on a 30d at 200mm, so I was naturally across the whole … Continue reading
Normally, I wouldn’t publish a photo like this because it exhibits the use of banding, which is usually never a good thing, but I wanted to use banding to my advantage. Here, I placed my subject to the left of … Continue reading
I chose this image because I was right in the Oculus when I shot it; I didn’t bring the 70-200 this day or even my own camera; I used a 30D and brought my 85. I was still able to … Continue reading
I chose this image because of how it felt, emotionally- I also edited it accordingly to mute the tones and almost completely gray out the background. I was also lying down on a bench far away from this flower @200mm … Continue reading
I chose this image, to be the best image of this day, because of how I froze the motion of my subject’s hair. Her face expression leaves a lot to be desired for this type of shot (but it was … Continue reading
This day was tough, because I brought my own heavy gear and decided to tether my camera to my phone via wi-fi; I popped a very bright 360 w/s flash and potentially messed up other student’s photos in the process, … Continue reading
This was the best photo I’ve taken that specific day (2/8). Properties: 30D, F2.8, 1/200, ISO1000, 70-200 2.8 @200mm. The reason why I chose this image is not necessarily because of the bokeh this photo has (and it’s been a … Continue reading
There’s not much to see here, after all, it is a photo of an egg. Properties: f4, 1/40, ISO400 @85mm The reason I chose this image is because of the shadow the egg cast on the table.
I like this photo, the contrast between light and dark accentuates her features. The subtle light hits her from one side of the face, while darkening the other side giving it depth.