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I had a medium aperature and shutter speed along with medium ISO. Used landscape. I also used rule of thirds to position the subject on the right side of the photo. I used photoshop to edit out freckles and to turn the photo to sepia.

I had a medium aperature and shutter speed along with medium ISO. Used landscape. I also used rule of thirds to position the subject on the right side of the photo. I used photoshop to edit out freckles and to turn the photo to sepia.

On this photo my aperature was wide and my shutter speed medium slow, my iso was high due to the low lighting. Camera was portrait. I used the worms eye to make the shadows appear larger, and golden section to have the shadows and the phone in different areas. I used photoshop to add lettering and style to the lettering as well as enlarge the phone and put the text in

On this photo my aperature was wide and my shutter speed medium slow, my iso was high due to the low lighting. Camera was portrait. I used the worms eye to make the shadows appear larger, and golden section to have the shadows and the phone in different areas. I used photoshop to add lettering and style to the lettering as well as enlarge the phone and put the text in

On this photo I had a large aperature or small f-stop(number) and a fast shutter speed along with a medium ISO. i took it landscape. I used rule of thirds by having the main bottle to the right and up and golden section to have the crayons and the third box in the picture as well. I also used worms eye to achieve a different angle of the jar. I used photoshop to stamp out the words on the cap and turn it to black and white white adjustments

On this photo I had a large aperature or small f-stop(number) and a fast shutter speed along with a medium ISO. i took it landscape. I used rule of thirds by having the main bottle to the right and up and golden section to have the crayons and the third box in the picture as well. I also used worms eye to achieve a different angle of the jar. I used photoshop to stamp out the words on the cap and turn it to black and white white adjustments

My ISO was low my aperture medium and my shutter speed on the slower side I captured the picture by moving the camera with the subject as they ran. Took it landscape. I used the stamp tool to edit out small blemishes. I used rule of thirds by placing the person on the left side. I used landscape

My ISO was low my aperture medium and my shutter speed on the slower side I captured the picture by moving the camera with the subject as they ran. Took it landscape. I used the stamp tool to edit out small blemishes. I used rule of thirds by placing the person on the left side. I used landscape

I used photoshop to place my teacher in the photo, then i use the adjustments to make him look like the color of the picture. Then i placed a shadow of him using eyedropper and burn tools. and finally text tool to put my tag

I used photoshop to place my teacher in the photo, then i use the adjustments to make him look like the color of the picture. Then i placed a shadow of him using eyedropper and burn tools. and finally text tool to put my tag

I had the camera on medium wide aperture (f12) as well as a medium speed shutter (1/200) and an iso for inside of 800. I placed the camera portrait and utilized the professional pose. I used golden section to have the background along with the subject and rule of thirds to have the subject slightly to the right. I used photoshop to stamp out some freckles as well as the turn the picture into fish eye using the crop tool and changing the background and then turning the picture into fisheye

I had the camera on medium wide aperture (f12) as well as a medium speed shutter (1/200) and an iso for inside of 800. I placed the camera portrait and utilized the professional pose. I used golden section to have the background along with the subject and rule of thirds to have the subject slightly to the right. I used photoshop to stamp out some freckles as well as the turn the picture into fish eye using the crop tool and changing the background and then turning the picture into fisheye

I used a slow shutter speed and medium aperture with low iso. I used landscape. I used rule of thirds by having the ball on the left and object on right. I edited out his freckles using the stamp tool.

I used a slow shutter speed and medium aperture with low iso. I used landscape. I used rule of thirds by having the ball on the left and object on right. I edited out his freckles using the stamp tool.

I used a low ISO a high shutter speed and a medium aperture. Took picture landscape. I used photoshop to stamp out freckles as well as get ride of the blue with the color balance tool. I used the birds eye view to look down on the ball.

I used a low ISO a high shutter speed and a medium aperture. Took picture landscape. I used photoshop to stamp out freckles as well as get ride of the blue with the color balance tool. I used the birds eye view to look down on the ball.

A Rayograph is a picture of the silhouettes of objects placed on a piece of photography paper. I made an online Rayograph, so i used photoshop to place shapes on a black sheet and then used the free transform path and different tools to distort, skew, scale, warp, and perspective my pictures. I also learned the foreground and backgorund colors which give the shapes and background color. As well as the custom shape tool which allows me to select different objects and put them on the paper.

A Rayograph is a picture of the silhouettes of objects placed on a piece of photography paper. I made an online Rayograph, so i used photoshop to place shapes on a black sheet and then used the free transform path and different tools to distort, skew, scale, warp, and perspective my pictures. I also learned the foreground and backgorund colors which give the shapes and background color. As well as the custom shape tool which allows me to select different objects and put them on the paper.

My ISO was high  My aperture was large Shutter speed medium Camera held portrait slight worms eye  positioned with the wood on left along with vines. Wind chimes in upper section. more vines in the right. Adjustments- exposure, hue, black and white Stamped out some vines and marks on the wood

My ISO was high My aperture was large Shutter speed medium Camera held portrait slight worms eye positioned with the wood on left along with vines. Wind chimes in upper section. more vines in the right. Adjustments- exposure, hue, black and white Stamped out some vines and marks on the wood

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