“Using only natural elements, frame your subject.” I used the sun.
Over winter break, my family went to visit family in the UK. Our second day there, my grandmother took my sister and I to Kew Gardens. This photo was taken inside the greenhouse, literally one of the prettiest buildings I’ve ever been in. I brought a 35mm film camera with me and used most of the film roll in this building. Haven’t gotten it developed yet.
This photo has a lot of depth. It goes from the leaves in the foreground, all the way to the creek in the background, where the sun shines through.
This was taken outside the San Francisco Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park. It’s me from the perspective of other people.
I love how there are really only four colors visible in this photo; black, orange, purple, and pink. And yet, with only four colors, this photo looks really cool.
We look very contemplative and serious in this photo. But I’m pretty sure Syd was showing me a meme on her phone when this photo was taken. Nonetheless, the colors and framing make this a really cool photo.
I love snowboarding. Around the end of the first semester, with finals and everything, I get so stressed out. I kind of forget to have fun because I’m so worried about exams and projects. The thought of snowboarding always gets me through this time of year. This year, I started checking the snow reports in SEPTEMBER. I’m desperate to get back to Tahoe. This photo, to me, represents happiness. I’m on top of a mountain, with one of my closest friends, preparing to glide down a mountain at high speed. I couldn’t be happier.
This week, we had to use Photoshop to make our faces symmetrical. It required a lot of clipping masks and errors on my part. I’m no the best when it comes to technology.