This week I was challenged to use the composition skill of filling the frame for my photo. It had just rained earlier today, and the lemons still had some precipitation on them. I jumped on this opportunity and took a picture of one.
This week we were challenged to do a symmetric profile, and then reflect each side. I took a picture of my brother and it was very interesting to see the different definitions of one side of his face compared to the other.
This week we were challenged to use geometry in our photo for this week. In this simple picture of a tennis ball, I included various shapes in the background and on the subject. There are less traditional shapes, but there are also regular shapes to be found in the picture.
This week we were challenged to take a photo of something with a speed light. This was done as part of my design homework, so I asked my two friends to be models after school and it was super fun.
This week we were challenged to take a photo of something that was balanced, but also was an “Accidental Renaissance” picture. My picture is more purposeful than accidental, but I think it gets the job done of keeping the picture balanced while also resembling “somewhat” of a renaissance painting.
This week we were challenged to take a photo of something using center framing with the theme of loneliness. I took this photo because as I watched these dogs play, it seemed like the white one with the spots was always left out of things compared to his other brothers, even though they were all […]
This week we were challenged to take a photo of a landscape using negative space. I was able to do this as I made sure it was darker, but not too dark so that I had clear contrast between the hills and the sky.
This week we were challenged to take a photo of something with leading lines. I don’t really have a cool railroad or long country road or building that I could think of with leading lines, so I decided to go with an on the ground shot in the gutter with my F-stop super low so […]
This week we were challenged to take a picture a landscape with symmetry. This picture has great symmetry with the palm trees on both sides leading up to the temple. This temple is a holy building for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where they preform sacred ordinances and rituals.
This week we were challenged to take a picture of motion using the rule of thirds. Sometimes we think of motion as quick and sudden, but as I was looking at this palm tree, I realized that motion can be subtle movements like this one. It wasn’t particularily very windy when I took this, but […]