Wow. It has been an insane past couple of weeks… crazy, hectic, not getting much sleep, running everywhere constantly, but having so, so much fun.
Last week in my Dark Room Photography class, we had an in-class assignment in which we were to explore the 12 main principles of good composition in Photography with our digital cameras.
So I wanted to share these 10 photographs with you. I left out two of the photographs, and you will see why as you keep reading. Naturally, a few of these aren’t that great.. we were really just dealing with a small area of campus in only 40 minutes of time. But it was a fun assignment, anyway! :)
Rule of Thirds:
Point of View:
I left out my Layered Background shot, since it was a photograph of several people on campus.
I also left out the Experiment shot, since it was a portrait of a class-mate’s face.
But this is what I have been working on lately. I am so STOKED about this class! Just today, we did camera-less photography, in which we exposed objects on to paper and developed the paper. Really exciting stuff happening over here. :)
As far as my other classes go, we are just beginning to explore Adobe Illustrator in my Graphic design class, and I feel my artistic talents already being refined in my drawing class. It’s really exciting to experience all of this new study in the arts!
Til Next Time