Simple Things

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Compositional Techniques

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Rule of Thirds

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Framing

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Point of View


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Shadow

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Leading Line

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Reflection

Portraits

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Eye Contact

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Out Of Confort Zone

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Perspective

Lightpainting

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Ghosting

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Self-Portrait

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Painting


Reflection

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I think that this photograph has shown my growth when I first started this class. This portrait is playing with eye contact, rather than the subject staring directly into the camera. Also, I have applied the rule of thirds, and placed the subject out of their confort zone while they are eating. This is one of my better photos because of the multiple compositional techniques that have been applied, rather than just using one or two. I'd say the most important thing that I've learned recently is to take multiple shots of something, because than while the shots will all look relatively similar, I can still pick the picture that looks the best. If I just choose one and then I accidentally messed it up, then I would have to retake the photograph.

Master's Project Photos

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These photographs are taken in the style of Dorothea Lange.

Visiting The Village


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Culture Clash

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This picture is a combination of the Beijing skyline, the suburbs of Maine, and the village of Baixinzhuang. What I wanted to demonstrate through this picture here was the major difference between the conditions of living and the overall atmosphere, which I did by combining parts of each of the three places.