I find this image most pleasing to me because it is one of the photos that i took that didn’t look too bad while getting the point across.The image displays a close up shot of the pole of a chair … Continue reading
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Today was our first class photo shoot i Really enjoyed the opportunity to get on hands experience with working with a camera. We learned how to use the camera to create several different types of pictures. … Continue reading
I chose this image because I thought it had a very interesting composition. I like that It has a number of techniques such as a medium shot, rule of thirds and shallow depth of field. I also think that even … Continue reading
This image stood out the most to me because the of its extremely high contrast between the dark chair and the light background. the shapes the chair make looks very cartoon like and not serious making it feel comical.
I really enjoyed this photograph because of its use of high contrast. Although there is some light beyond the window its is completely dark inside. It has a strong use of vertical lines as well as some horizontal. Also, it … Continue reading
I like this image because of the curve,Close up, and high contrast. It makes the image details stand out a lot. And mostly the chair is focused which is shallow depth of field. This image is also a medium … Continue reading
The following photograph was taken as a class assignment. Working in a group of 3, we manage to capture over 20 photograph of a simple chair. Out of all the 20’s photo we took, this image capture my full … Continue reading
I chose this picture because I like the shapes in it, the extreme close up, along with the lines on the floor, are creating abstract forms, which appeals to me. This image has got strong vertical lines with some curves. … Continue reading
This photograph is well captured in my opinion because when capturing this image i focused on the screw that allowed the outer part of this photo to become blurry which can be related to the term shallow depth of field. … Continue reading
I took this photograph in the staircase. As a group we had a really hard time representing symmetry. We didn’t want to incorporate the chair into a white wall like everyone else would. We placed the chair in between both … Continue reading