Thinking About Photos

I found the tips for photography to be very helpful when doing the photo blitz assignment. The changing my perspective by changing yours was one that I used when doing the assignment. I took a picture of the trees outside and I changed my position so that I was lower and the trees looked like they were hanging over me. The create depth tip is my favorite, I use this all the time when I take pictures and it makes pictures look so much better when there is depth in them.

The gallery I looked at was the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. I noticed that the photographer used the tip of look to the light. All of the images in this gallery are stunning because the lighting in them is perfect. In some pictures the photographer also used depth to add more to the photo. This photographer photographed abandonment in a really good way by showing all the aircraft that was torn apart and left behind. This is good for the apocalypse because it looks like some nuclear war happened where all of the aircraft got blown up and tore apart.

Below are the pictures from the photo blitz assignment. I really liked this assignment, and I thought it was going to be easier than it actually was. While I was doing it, I kept trying to be creative with finding things around my house that would relate to the prompt for the picture. I was running around doing this but I actually finished in a pretty short amount of time! I liked this assignment, because we were able to use the tips for better photography throughout this assignment to help us better understand photography.

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