With palettes pretty enough to repaint your living room.
Directional. Hard. Side. Rim. Athlete.
A good photo essay will include an establishing, medium, and close-up shot. And a kitten, if you’re lucky.
And another week avoiding cherry blossom photos.
This is the time of year for cherry blossom photos. They’re beautiful and everyone loves them. But what about the lesser-appreciated campus landmarks? Don’t they deserve attention, too?
Quality of light is extremely important in setting the mood, or tone, of an image.
… buy a filter, too.
“Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” – George Eastman
Straight to the point. Awesome Friday photo from UW Student Life.
Sometimes the best photos are the unusable ones. A lot of photography, and photojournalism in particular, is focused on capturing the decisive moment: the game-winning touchdown, a politician’s handshake, a wedding kiss. But often overlooked are the moments between the moments.