Author Archives: Ivan
The lighting on these sunflowers is front lit. It’s front lit because there isn’t mush shadow on the sunflowers. The composition of this is in rule of thirds.
My best shallow depth of field because it focuses on the center of the corn and everything else is in soft focus. Shallow depth of field is where the subject is in focus and everything else in in soft … Continue reading
My idea of painting with light. It looks like a falling aurora of the green color. The composition is of center and cropped. The thing that might throw people of is the position but that is what makes it interesting … Continue reading
This is my best photograph of Tenzin with side-light. The emotion he shows is dramatic that makes it seem that he’s looking of into the distance. This is shot as a close up and can see the key tirangle
The exhibit from Sebastião Salgado named Genesis is hosted by ICP (International Center for Photography) which shows Salgado’s photography for his Genesis project. The project took eight years to complete and shows the beauty of nature and how people interact with it. … Continue reading
This is my best photograph I took for pattern. The photograph shows shallow depth of field and it shows an interesting pattern of the tree stump.
This is one image I have taken within my team-up that was interesting/a good photo. It shows some visual elements in the photograph. The photograph shows a curved line that creates a frame for the chair at the background. Another one … Continue reading
One of the twenty-five photographs taken by Thomas Holton titled “The Lams of Ludlow Street.” The description on his website for his work “The Lams of Ludlow Street” tells people that he experienced and saw what a Chinese family living in New … Continue reading