Unit 1: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4
And finally, I have selected my photographs for the project.
Selecting final photos was good fun. We all printed out a lot of photos and one by one, we placed them on the table and the whole class commented on which ones we thought looked better together and therefore part of a set.
Whilst out in public with my camera and equipment, I had to be careful not to get in the way of the public. This was particularly challenging in central London as there are always so many people around. It was a lot easier in the park, but working with a child meant that I had to ensure that her parent was happy to pose for activities such as jumping off logs.
My selections were as follows:
I chose these three photos of a squirrel as he is sitting quite close to the camera which provides a shallow depth of field. The background is nicely blurred as it’s not an important part of the photo.
These three photos were my favourites and each of them is a good example of capturing motion with a fast shutter speed.
Set of five photos with a recurring theme – Phone Zombies