This is one of the nicest shot I took out of the many. Rearranging the flowers to play around with the colors. I like how the frame came out and how the rose is kind of blurred out compared to the other bunch.
Out of all the choices I’d have to say my favorite photographers are Davina and Daniel. I was drawn to the wedding section of photography because, I love every aspect of weddings from the planning of the event down to the confusion and excitement of the big day.As a designer when i came into taking a photography class in school i discovered i loved taking portraits and photographing events. Looking though Davina and Daniel’s website I love that they are a couple themselves and work as a team. I was drawn to this particular photo because it incorporates not only the two subjects but also the background scenery, while maintaining the emotion and relationship between them. When looking though photos i was looking for images that required photographers to be patient and take the time to construct a particular shot. Although weddings can be the perfect place for great pictures, i believe great photography should be about more than just a beautiful setting or a beautiful subject.
For this Picture I had the model jump over the bridge.I had to set up the tripod for it not to be shaky. I captured the jump frozen midair, without having a blurry effect.
Today’s assignment was to shoot motion and utilize the shutter speed, and panning techniques. I really like this photo because it froze the moment just as the dog was jumping to catch the ball and manipulates the light so that it feels like the end of the day. The only thing i think i would improve is increasing the iso to show a little more detail.
In this picture we had two subjects and they were swinging on the swings, This picture shows movement of the subjects as they go back and forth. I used a very low shutter speed to make the subjects to have the blurry effect. While keeping everything in frozen. I used a tripod to keep the camera still so they wouldn’t be movement at my end.