Author Archives: Venetia
My group got this picture by using a strobe light to capture the subject and using a 20″ shutter speed to capture the light. We took this picture twice because we wanted to ensure that there is a connection … Continue reading
#1/ Matthew Pillsbury: City Stages Definitely one of my favorite exhibition. The exhibit consist of familiar landscapes and places that I’ve visited countless times. I love the timelessnes of the black and white photography whilst the photographs themselves depict a … Continue reading
This is my personal favorite picture because the lighting fills her face leaving almost no shadow. Also hiding imperfections and giving her face a fresh and very pretty appearance.
I like this particular photograph of Angel because of the lighting and the facial expression. There’s a nice contrast of shadow and light making the photo not too serious or dramatic because with a different lighting there would be a … Continue reading
This photograph is my personal favorite because of the oblique angle and the shallow depth of field. The light direction is from the side using the soft box creating a low contrast image.
The Lams of Ludlow Street Thomas Holton, The Lams of Ludlow Street, is an incredible visual journey of a Chinese family living in Chinatown. Through the photographs, I felt like I was part of their lives and that I … Continue reading
This is my favorite picture because it’s using the rule of thirds as well as shallow depth of field. Also the strong vertical line contrast with the x in the background makes it’s visually interesting.
http://www.apimages.com/metadata/Index/APTOPIX-Germany-Elections/1581975b3b764b1b8d0987d71fa13cfd/6/1 I chose this particular photo because of the depth of field. It creates a ethereal effect on her face. Also there’s an intimacy of the framing of her face and a juxtaposition of the rain and her face in … Continue reading