I stitched 5 separate shots in Photoshop to create this panorama. I rarely see a sunset so pink, with clouds, so I guess I was at the right place at the right time.
Outtake of a shooting of a clock with macro lens. The theme was time.
When I was breaking down the set and removing the camera from the lens, I saw the inverted image of the set. Then I mounted another lens on my camera and took a picture of a picture on the lens!
I presented my final photo project. It consisted of six pictures of six strangers cooking at their home. I placed the prints and their recipes on a mini refrigerator and explained my concept to my instructor, classmates and guests. Photos taken by my friend, Michael Oliver.
This was for word association “wealth”. I thought about shooting “lack of wealth”, so I gathered the pennies and an add of 99 cents’ products. The lighting is from the top, behind the set.
Another shot I did during my break week. I used a fisheye lens, that covers a very wide angle of view.
I took a closer picture of the dried rose. I wanted to emphasize the texture of the dried petals, so I backlit it with a flash. The rose looks flattened because I laid it on a windowsill to dry it.