Oh, it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas here in Michigan. With the cold upon us and only a couple weeks left until Santa Clause makes his stops at each of our houses, we are all beginning to get into the holiday mood. And there is no better way to kick off the Christmas festivities … More Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland
Portraits. Taking portraits for me was not an easy task. I find taking slightly posed photographs to be difficult because my subjects are aware of me and look to me for guidance as to how I would like them to be positioned. I am not used to this sort of pressure, since for my previous … More Sport Portraits
For this weeks assignment our class was assigned to photograph a sporting event. Sports are a huge part in my life, so I was thrilled when hearing this announcement. For the assignment, I had the privilege of choosing which sporting activity I would like to photograph, at whatever level of experience. I chose to photograph … More Sports
These past two weeks my photojournalism class and I were assigned to shoot an Event and Feature photographs. I am sure you can guess what Event pictures are, but just in case you do not, these are captured moments of people who are gathering for a special social occasion or activity. This could be a … More Hunting For Features
First off, has anyone been taught, in depth, about the First Amendment? Either in a classroom, scholarly journal, or by another individual? Well, I never have and I have a feeling I am not the only one. For those of you who do not know the First Amendment or have forgotten what it establishes for … More What does the First Amendment Mean to Me?
My first blog post is FINALLY HERE! For the last two weeks I have been learning about the camera controls on my camera and how to use them correctly. The controls we focused a lot on include the ISO which stands for the International Standard Organization, aperture, and shutter speed, which are the three main … More Final Ten Assignment Photos