Food, Photos, and Social Distancing

Another pretty light day today in terms of actual content, at least writing-wise.

Here’s a slew of photos I’ve taken for classes over the past month and a half during this time of social distancing:

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Food – JEM 490, Advanced Photojournalism

These were taken with a Canon EOS Rebel T2i, 18-35mm lens. Natural daylight from a window, grey window curtain as a backdrop. A magnifying glass was used in front of the lens for the close-ups on the tomatoes and strawberries. A few minor adjustments were made in Adobe Lightroom.

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Food as Fashion – JEM 490, Advanced Photojournalism

Yet again, these were taken with a Canon EOS Rebel T2i, 18-35mm lens. Natural daylight from a window, grey window curtain as a backdrop.

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Self-directed 1 – Art 331, Photography II

These were taken with a Canon EOS Rebel T2i, 18-35mm lens. Natural daylight from a stall door, black window curtain as a backdrop. Wanted to explore typically un-photographed areas of the horse. As with many projects, Hank is my model.

 

As you can probably guess, the majority of my final undergrad semester classes are photography-based. Some things just work out that way.

There will be more photos come in the next week or so, final assignments for each class that I need to finish and submit.


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