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heavy things won't fly

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It's Blurrrrrrry Scary

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Framing

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Shapes or Other Elements that Enclose the Object

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Environmental Elements
Architectural Elements
Reflection: What camera metering mode (evaluative/matrix, center-weighted or spot) did I use for each image and why?For all of the photos, I used center weighted metering because all of the photos have a subject that needed to be exposed correctly. What white balance settings did I use for each image?autoautoSunnyCloudyDo I have a strong composition? Give specific support as to why/why not.Yes, I think I have strong composition. In image 1, the rail frames the subject really well and I also like how it looks like she is "spilling" out of it. In image 2, although the "frame" does not have all four sides, it still causes the audience to focus in on the subject because it is framed by two fixtures. In image 3, the leaves and branches of different depths, and the web itself frame the spider. In image 4, the steps frame the subject that sits in the middle.What wou…

Reflector Portrait (SF Field trip)

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What challenges did you encounter photographing and editing this image? Photographing, to me, was a bit harder than actually editing the image. It was hard to get really good lighting and then bounce it off the reflector just right so it hit the model's face. How did you overcome these challenges?To over some these challenges, we went behind that structure in the picture to have some shade and then used the reflector to bounce the light that came across the top of the structure onto the model's face. What side of the reflector did you use and why? How did it affect your image?I used the completely white side. I used this because gold would make her face too golden and the silver would be too harsh. The white side provided nice, soft light.Do you like your image in black and white or color more? Why? I like it a lot in black in white because 1.) the …