1. @tifamonster

    Photo Reflection

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    When I was little, I had a dream that one day I would become a professional photographer. However, that dream quickly vanished and I moved onto new goals.

    Nowadays, I take a lot of pictures– in fact, I take more pictures than I did back then. I think is due …

  2. @EmilyHutchins8

    Experience in the World of Photography

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    I have always really liked photography. I do not really have much experience especially with all of the different aspects and angles that can be used. I normally just take a picture on my phone quickly and don’t think about it too much. I don’t take a whole lot of …

  3. @Alexis54552906

    Am I experienced with photography??

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    The first assignment is to write a reflection of my experiences while doing photography. I can sum up my experience in 2 words: not applicable.

    I never really have had a photography background. I mean sure of course ive taken pictures on my phone and polaroid, but they aren’t artistic. …

  4. @richelleholnick

    Am I a Photographer?

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    I take a lot of photos. I feel like most people in my generation take a lot of photos each and every day. I sent over 100,000 Snapchats since downloading the app alone. This doesn’t count what I put on my story-and I usually post on my Snapchat and Instagram …

  5. @JessicaDS106

    An Amateur Photographer

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    Do you take a lot of photos now? What of? Do you have a particular approach to taking photos? Do you ever work to capture a particular feeling or meaning in your photos? If so, how successful do you think you are? After reviewing these resources, what tactics can you …

  6. @chloversgarden

    Photo Reflection

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    When I was in the early years of high school my dear job was to be a photographer. Both my parents loved it and had gotten me a camera for my seventh birthday! I enjoyed landscape photography but I also loved taking candid phots of others while they were laughing …

  7. @maci_winebarger

    My Take on Photography

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    For starters, I wish I had a better camera. My iPhone 7 does nothing compared to other phones and cameras out there. But, it does what I need it to.

    Do I take a lot of picture? Well, my camera roll count is currently at 5,050…so I’ll let you answer …

  8. @MaddieM02790291

    Less is More

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    I do not have any real experience with photography beyond taking pictures of my friends. I have very little experience editing images… I have worked with images through sites such as Shutterfly before, and I have applied Instagram filters to pictures, but that’s about it. I take some pictures, but …

  9. @KaraDS106

    Previous Photography Experience

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    I don’t have much previous photography experience unless you count constant pictures of my son with my iPhone. I’ve never even held a “real” camera. I wouldn’t even be able to tell you which picture was the “better” one out of a group. I’m excited to learn more about photography …

  10. @FCMaisano

    A Photography Noob

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    I have to admit-I am not very skilled at photography! I don’t have much photography experience, not even an elective class in middle or high school. Back in late elementary school into early middle school, I used this little red Canon digital camera to take photos and videos. I really …

  11. @justzaying7

    Fotografia

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    Hello all!

    First post for week four. Is it just me or is this semester dragging by? Probably a severe case of Senioritis. Anyway if you haven’t already figured it out, this post is about photography. My title is simply photography translated to Italian. Why did I choose to make …

  12. @8footbullshark

    My Experience With Photography

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    Write a blog post (tag: photoreflection) about your previous/current experience with photography. Do you take a lot of photos now? What of? Do you have a particular approach to taking photos? Do you ever work to capture a particular feeling or meaning in your photos? If so, how successful …

  13. @KaseyMayer

    A Photographer in the Age of Smartphones

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    As of late, I only really take pictures using my phone. I do have a decent digital camera,  but I almost ever use it because most of my photos are very spur of the moment. When I was younger and mostly took pictures with my camera, I did try to …

  14. @Eric Dorman

    Photographic knowledge

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    My recent experiences with photography involve my historic preservation major particularly with documenting buildings. The goal of the photographs is to capture multiple angles so that one can see what the building looks like in general as well as notable features that are unique to its character. Another case I’ve …

  15. @k8lynclements

    Reflecting on Photography

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    I do not have much experience with in depth photography. As a kid I always loved to be the one that took pictures but I never got any farther into it than that. I had opportunities to take photography classes but never took them. Currently I take a lot of …

  16. @melseykooring

    Photo Reflection (Week Four):

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    Photo Reflection:

    My previous experience with photography, you ask? It is none existent. I used to run from people holding a camera and I never intended on picking one up. I used to be extremely self-conscious about literally everything. So there is no wonder that I didn’t want any documentation …

  17. @shleighduque

    I, Photog

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    While I am interested in photography, I have a lot to learn. I started experimenting with photos when I was fourteen. As I discovered how to use cosmetics, I’d document different looks using the family camera. My frequent practice with self-portraits led me to notice that the pictures I liked …

  18. @TristenStevens3

    Wishing I took the photography path

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    I have always wanted to work with photography, mainly film but really just something with a camera.  I decided to go the more realistic route of just being a boring businessman.  When I was younger, I used to make videos all the time and I loved it.  Later on, I …

  19. @Hannah Woehrle

    Thoughts on Photography

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    I’m not a photographer. I am trying to take more pictures – it’s actually been a recent focus of mine. I realized how glad I’ll be when I’m older to have the memories, so I’m trying to document more. This a casual endeavor though, not an artistic one.

    I have …

  20. @courthardy2018

    Me, a Photographer?

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    While I enjoy taking photos with the camera my step-father (a photographer) gave me, I would not consider myself a photographer. In fact, the most recent time I used my camera was last Fall, when I was the photographer for an event a club I am in hosted. When I …

  21. @Maggieo_13

    Yeah I take some Photos…

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    I would not consider myself a photographer. The only thing that involves me using an actual camera is when I take photos for the Men’s Club Soccer team. Other then that I use my photo via the camera on the photo or snapchat. Although I don’t consider myself a photographer …

  22. @ldeitrick

    Eye of the beholder

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    I would consider myself an avid yet extraordinarily amateur photographer. My favorite media for sharing photos is my Instagram and my preferred camera is my phone. What I really like about Instagram’s platform is it works best if the person posting is selective in his or hers choices. An Instagram …

  23. @girlycurlyfries

    photography to me

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    Photography is an art form that can tell a story without even using words. Its an art that expresses and conveys emotions that words may not be able to translate.

    I personally love taking pictures and even though my camera on my phone is garbage, if I have to rent …

  24. @courtkneelane

    Photography Past, Present, and Personal

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    From my first digital camera, a pink rhinestone camcorder to my current Canon Rebel T5-I, I’ve loved photography for the past 12 years or so. I have never been great at taking photos, but I’d like to think I’m okay. I have broken my fair share of cameras and definitely …

  25. @OliviaBreler

    Photoreflection

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    I’ve always loved the idea of being a photographer. When I was 15-16, my boyfriend at the time and I would spent tons of time taking pictures of anything we could find outside that could be considered artistic. My dad had bought a Canon Eos at the time, but …

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