Monthly Archives: December 2012

Evaluation

Overall i enjoyed the different tasks and the theme’s which went along with them. I found them interesting and have learnt a lot of new camera skills i can carry on using in my own photography. I tried to be … Continue reading

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Aperture – Markets

  For theĀ last task we needed to take a series of images incorparating aperture in to it. The theme for this shoot was leeds markets, however since i was not in leeds that weekend i decided to take it of … Continue reading

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Special technique – pannorama image

For this task i had to take images which demonstrated a special technique. I took theseĀ images on my iphone using a pannorama app. I slowly held the camera making a full circle of my surroundings. This image shows a rugby … Continue reading

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Artificial lighting

For this task i had to take images for artificial lighting. The theme that was initialy given to us for this task was halloween, however i was unable to take images for that night. So i have instead taken images … Continue reading

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Apperture – Tropical world

For this task we had to take pictures using the aperture settings on my camera, for this i went to tropical world. I had to put the aperture setting on my camera quite high in order to capture the images … Continue reading

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Lenses – Netball match

The brief was to take 5-15 images using different types of lenses during a sporting event. I went to one of the girls netball matches in carnegie stadium to take the images. I used both a normal lens and a … Continue reading

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Week 7 & Reflection

This lecture focused on shutter speed and pannning. Unfortunately i was not able to attend this lecture, however i was able to view the slideshow on x-stream which was used in the lesson. This meant i had the jist of … Continue reading

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