Lesson 1 Submission

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  • #18577
    Jana Iverson
    Participant

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    #20894
    Duncan Rawlinson
    Keymaster

    Hey there janabanana!

    Thanks for submitting your first assignment to the student forum.

    Now, the important thing is that you’ve started. Learning photography is a lifelong journey and you’re on your way. So thats really great! In fact I sometimes envy people who are just starting to learn photography because it’s so much fun to figure it all out. 馃槈

    I don’t want to get off on the right foot but I feel as though you may have misunderstood this assignment. The goal of this assignment is to make something that is mundane a bit more interesting through photography. Given that your images are both quite similar I don’t feel as though you’ve really nailed the assignment.

    To be fair the image with the shallow depth of field and a less cluttered background is certainly a better image, it’s just not that much more interesting.

    Here is a little trick, if you’re shooting something inanimate like this one thing you can always do is involve a person. Add someone’s hand or put a person in the background. People almost always make a photo more interesting!

    Feel free to shoot another couple photos and post them here. If not no worries, this course is about having fun and learning photography, not about rules!

    Thanks.

    #20895
    Jana Iverson
    Participant

    Thank you(: I will resubmit as soon as possible, those tips and tricks are great, I never thought of that thanks so much for the feed back(:

    #20896
    Duncan Rawlinson
    Keymaster

    Excellent! I look forward to seeing your next submission. 馃榾

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