I’ve recently entered a photo contest, and I’m going to tell you about it and how you could enter as well!
This semester in COMM 300 (Digital Imaging) has dramatically improved my ability to use a camera and has increased my knowledge of how to create an exciting composition for pictures. I’ve taken a lot of pictures, but I’m putting up my favorite five pictures here.
I have had the opportunity to create a photo book detailing some of my photographs from COMM 300 (Digital Imaging.) You get to see it as well! Click below to see it.
This last week I got to experiment with macro photography. Basically being said, I get a special lens filter for my camera that helped me get extremely close shots of flowers and other objects. Here’s how they ended up!
I was able to go visit my parents this last weekend and I took some pictures while I was there. Here are some of the shots that I got.
This time around I focused on adjusting the aperture of my camera. By using a wide aperture, which uses a small f-stop (like f/3.5), you can create bokeh, or background blur, to the images. Then I contrasted those images with photographs that used a small aperture which has a high f-stop (like f/22) to keep all of the images clear from the front to the back.
With that being said, let’s review how my time taking these images went.
I had an adventure recently learning how to adjust the shutter speed to affect how motion pictures are taken. I’m sharing some things that I learned in the process.