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Tag Archives: photography
Tweet I can’t believe tonight is the last night I’ll be sleeping in the dorms with all my new great friends. I will genuinely miss all the laughs I had with the Greene Team, because I have had some really … Continue reading
I loved learning the new techniques and getting to go outside to take photos. There was large room for creativity, and there’s really nothing I enjoy more than that. Continue reading
I have survived another twenty-four hours on the Greene Team. The first few days were extremely fast-paced and exciting. Editing is the next step to that project which is nerve-wracking because I have no experience in that! Wish me luck! Continue reading
I decided that in the coming days, I will make an effort to step out of my comfort zone. I hope to shed some of my anxieties and learn to be more confident in myself, even when exploring areas I may be unfamiliar with.
Tweet Apart from writing, I have had very limited experience in the field of journalism. On Monday I learned just how broad journalism really is. When someone says that they are a journalist, it doesn’t necessarily mean they are a … Continue reading
Photography has never really been important or fascinating to me. I never really understood how people could spend their whole lives behind a camera until now. Continue reading
Tweet I always thought that photography was just taking a picture at the right moment from a great angle but turns out that there is so much more. The hands-on experience was so much fun and easy to learn yet … Continue reading
Tweet I have always been a terrible photographer. Artsy pictures in black-and-white were out of the question, and even something as simple as “Hey Katie, could you take a picture of us?” was destined to end badly. Half the time … Continue reading
Tweet Today’s four-hour crash course in photography was like visiting an old friend. I’ve always enjoyed photography and actually knowing what Professor Williams was talking about when he started going into apertures and shutter speeds was refreshing. Our video lesson with Professor … Continue reading