Action Photo!

For this project we had to take photos of something/someone in action. I used my iPhone and held down the button to take a burst. I then picked out the good photo. Next, I edited the photos on the computer and added my logo to my two “favorites”. I do not have any tips because I suck at photos but i will recommend Mr. Frank Fitzpatrick. His email is If i could take an action photo if any sport or thing, I would do a surfer under a wave or a football player during the game. To look at more of my stunning, beautiful bracelets, go to this link:

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Getting up Close and Personal!

For this project we had to find different images and take an up close photo of the details in them. Flowers and outside objects worked better than objects inside. Also using natural light was much easier then the crusty ceiling light. I have never taken a photo of something so close, so I tried something new and focused on the little details. Sometimes it was difficult to get my phone to focus on the certain spot I wanted it to, but eventually it focused. If I had the equipment and ability to get to mars or the moon, I would love to take up close photos of the different types of surfaces. I would love to take a photo of the sun but that wouldn’t end well. To see more of my gorgeous photos other than these two beauties, go to this link:

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For this project, we had to ask a person to smile and then not smile for a picture. It was really cool to see the difference in what people look like when they were smiling and when they were not. I don’t think this project was very difficult because all you had to was take a picture of someone. Although, it was a little difficult to pick and choose which person made the biggest difference. The biggest change I saw was the way a person looked. For example, a kid looked mean and not very friendly when he was not serious, and when he smiled, he looked nice and welcoming. Bias could affect a job as a photographer because if you take a photo of someone without them knowing, you could think they are different then what they actually are. If I was hired as a photographer, I would ask what type of photos they want and a little bit about their background. For example, if I was taking a picture of someone for graduation, i would ask them whether they wanted it to be more like a #scholar or more like a kid who just graduated and barely passed.

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