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  1. @wade_764

    A picture is worth a thousand words or A moment in time.

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    The article linked to this assignment was an exciting read. I found inspiration from the tip that said to take a picture from multiple perspectives. More importantly, it states that it helps to change your perspective as the photographer. I think this rule can be applied to life in general. It is always good to have an open mind because often, when someone is concrete in their way of thinking, it can lead to stubbornness and warped reality. One of the cornerstones to learning is keeping an open mind, especially when studying scientific material. Think of all the ideas that…
  2. @amick_hailey

    Becoming a Better Photographer??

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    Overall, this experience was very helpful and I learned a lot about what I could do to make my photos a little bit better. I love taking photos, but I also learned I sure do need to go clean out my camera roll! I chose to post the first picture in the google document to help our class take some pictures Add a bit of color! Hailey Amick [email protected] I would love to share this tip that I have come up with on my own. I know alot of things are minimalistic these days and I wanted to share how we can make the following photos pop. This picture I took in  My apartment looks like a small moment in time. I look the thing that I wanted to pop and had that minimalistic colors, black and white then I gathered someone plain, but with texture and someone colorful with texture to add on each side complimenting the plain minimalistic object. In the back you always want to make there is a sense of natural colors and for this I have white and green vines.  For more ideas you can aspire things from pintrest, or try it on your own! That is my thoughts on how to become a better photographer! ?
  3. @CeliaSdigitally

    Becoming a Better Photographer – Evaluation and Tips

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    After reading the article, I started to think about the actual concepts that make up a photo instead of the story that I am looking at. While the story is important, I feel like you are able to see the context of the story and understand the story itself more when these aspects of photography … Continue reading Becoming a Better Photographer – Evaluation and Tips
  4. @PabloMccrimmon

    BETTER PHOTOS

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    After reading the suggestions for improving my photography skills, I reflected on a variety of pictures on my camera roll from the previous year and tried to find some shots that I thought embodied (even if accidentally) the tenets of good photography that the article laid out. I did not find one for each of […]
  5. @MasonOberle

    Photo Analysis

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    This week in DS106, we are required to analyse a few of the photos we have for certain aspects of photography that impact what the image communicates. The first photo I would like to analyse is one that I took at my high school’s library. Though this is not one of my favorite photos that […]
  6. @Egon2688

    Evaluate

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    After reading Becoming a Better Photographer I started going through my photos trying to keep in mind not only my story but also our theme in Ds 106. Which is a bit challenging because I usually take pictures of my family! I came across a few pictures. The first picture is of my Husky/German Shepard… Continue reading Evaluate

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