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Next Steps for Photography
Just like several other students. I do not have a favorite artist. So I used the packaging photo on a power converter and tried to duplicate it the best of my abitilty.
I don't have room for a large studio so I purchased a small table top studio. (I hope to use for stock photography in the near future.). I tried setting up the lights in different positions on either side. In a couple of pictures I added a third light over the top of my subject. I hope you like them.
It took me a couple days to get the materials together. This is what the finished project looks like. (You get a before, after and a picture of the reflector attached to my tripod as you suggested.)
Tripods and Supports
A Sage Palm in need of trimming. If you look close, In one of the picks. You can see the red eyes of a family of Raccoons in the wood line.
I apologize for not uploading the Side Swing view. I could not get permission to share it from the property owners. I have the rest.
Holding the Camera
Important Camera Settings
Getting to Know Your Camera
I am including three different photos at three different tempuratures.
I call this project Once Was. The subject is a run down play area that my kids and grand kids enjoyed for years. It has come full circle and sadly must be destroyed. The photos come from three different sources. Canon Rebel T6 EOS, HP-435photosmart and a Galaxy-Prime cellphone. The pictures were taken using a Tripod (not the cell) with no filters and have no affects added.
Choosing a Camera, Tools and Supplies
Diy Simple Soda Bottle Mousetrap
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