Monthly Archives: January 2011

Blog Post 4

Based on the film we watched in class about Shelby Lee Adams, how is photographic representation influenced by context? How was this demonstrated in the film, and how about your own portraiture work? Similar to everyday life, context is also … Continue reading

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Assignment #2

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Blog Post 3

Reflect on what 1. How do you see Me? 2. How do I see Myself? 3. How would I want to be seen? Could mean in photography? Have you encountered a situation where any of these questions have come up … Continue reading

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Assignment 1 Part B

Questions: 1.  I would say that the Blue 5 now looks the best in regards to color balance.  Although, there is not a huge difference between the original and the blue 5 photo. 2. This test has showed me that through … Continue reading

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Assignment #1 Part A

Questions: 1. Why would we use a white object? 2. Which EV works better for… White objects on white? White on black? Black on Black? Answers: 1. White colored objects are the hardest to capture because cameras are programmed to … Continue reading

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Blog #2: Variety & Balance

The terms I chose are Variety and Balance. Variety, in regards to an element of designed is best created when elements are changed.  Repeating the shape but changing the size is one way to create variety.  “Variety refers to a … Continue reading

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Blog Week 1 – City Sound

This simple, yet complex photo instantaneously grabbed my attention.  At a first sight the human ear appears as fog or a shadow in the city.  However, a closer look reveals the ear in the foreground of the city image to the … Continue reading

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