Challenged to create frames within frames, this shot of my dog uses lines from the door and lines in the reflection to frame him as the subject.
Using the hole where the umbrella goes as a prop, I created a photo with unique DoF.
Despite being a tiny hand, using depth of field places emphasis on the hand rather than a larger structure such as the cactus in the background.
Challenged to step in someone else’s shoes, I created a scene that depicts myself in the position as doctor and patient. Commenting on tense social-interaction between doctor and patient, I hope to evoke the feeling of discomfort. This diptych embodies the importance of the patient’s role to keep themselves healthy which in some sense is […]
Using Color Theory I took a picture while reading “Bluets” by Maggie Nelson – in theme with this week’s focus of tone and color. I focused on enhancing the soft light that comes in on a late afternoon and bringing out pink and blue tones.
The trio of heat lamps create unity and harmony.
The Rule of Thirds draws the viewer’s attention to the eyes. And like they say how the eyes are the window to the soul, this composition technique draws our eye to where all the emotion is in focus.
Lines and shapes are used in this photo to draw the eye of the viewer to the tree trunk. The branches create leading lines towards the trunk.
I manipulated a picture of my dog to compare the symmetry in his face. I used Photoshop to manipulate the photos and arrange them side by side.