Then I Asked Them To Smile.

Then I Asked Them To Smile.

Everything involved in this project was hard. I did not have the opportunity to take photos on the weekends because I did not have the possession of my phone for it was taken from me. I struggled to get photos in school because there were very little people roaming the hallways. Some didn’t want to. It was also hard to take nice, unique photos because the person┬ásometimes seem uncomfortable. I wish the amount of people was maybe 10 or 8 instead of 15 because of the complaints listed above. The changes I see are different each time. Some times I see a big difference, sometimes, not that much. Bias can very much effect me and others as a photographer. The photographer could only pick people they know which defeats the purpose. When you find someone to take a photo of, don’t tell them the basic questions like “Think of your favorite thing,” or “act natural,” ask them something like what are their favorite things. Find the photos here.

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