I think that photographing from unique angels can improve my photography by helping get a new perspective. I think the photo of the school was my best because of the way I edited it. I wouldn’t change anything about this project this was my favorite one so far.
For me the hardest part of this assignment was controlling the settings on the camera, I got very confused. You can control depth of field by using a big or small aperture. I like the photograph of my brother with a black and white background the most because I feel like I edited it nicely. Taking other peoples portraits was kind of awkward but it was fun.
My favorite photograph was the one of a fake spider on a pink wall with rust looking stuff coming from his legs on the wall. I chose this picture because I liked how the stuff was coming off the spiders legs. I think the compositional guideline that that person used was rule of thirds because the spider was high-up on the image.
In 1 the compositional guideline is forced perspective because it looks like he has grapes for a head, The quality of light is diffused and the photograph is successful because the person used a deep depth of field.
In 2 the compositional guideline is simplicity because there is only one thing to look at, the quality of light is diffused and the photograph is successful because of the clarity and moment she captured.
In 3 the compositional guideline is forced perspective because it looks like she is paint clouds in , The quality of light is diffused and the photograph is successful because the person used a deep depth of field.
1 has a deep depth of field because everything is in focus, the focal point is the church and the composition is symmetry.
2 also has a deep depth of field because you can see all the way to the top. It has a slow shutter speed The focal point is the leg, and the composition is symmetry.
3 has a shallow depth of field because you can only see whats close to the camera. The two birds are the focal point and the composition is asymmetry.
4 is a very shallow depth of field because you can’t even tell whats in the background but the animal is clear. The focal point is its nose and the composition is symmetry.