WK12 Cafeteria

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This is the story about a chair who is surrounded by others just like him and so felling at loss he goes and  trys to find someone different  from him that he fits in with, and he does.

In the first photo I used a lot of different lighting to make it look peaceful and cheery, however I didn’t use rule of thirds very much and the background is a little distracting.

In the 8th photo left it slightly darker to show the cautiousness of it all. This is the moment where the chair sees the desk for the first time and is unsure. There is a little to distract the viewer but not much.

And in the last photo the chair has found what he was looking for and is happy. I photoshoped a heart into it to add a little extra to the mood. I have most of the stuff on the left side except for the heart, o there is not much in the lower right corner, but altogether I think it looks cute.

My personal favorite is the last on, number 10, because of how the light swirls around the subject giving it a cheery mood and with the added effect of the heart makes it so much more cute. :3


WK11 Photography outlook reflection

Photographers take real life moments and capture it so it can be viewed and treasured forever. They usually have small offices, and maybe darkrooms if they develop their own film, they will most likely have some connection to the internet too, so they can get clients and have their portfolios online. In 2008 only 152,000 photographers were employed in America. People hiring photographers usually look for someone with a good eye, and at least a college degree in a photography course. It is important to have at least some type of training in the field before you actually get hired so most photographers start out as assistants to gain more experience. Photographers need good eye sight, hand  eye coordination, and people skills so they can deal with the large array of people as well as the companys and firms they might work with.  Most photographers now days also need to know how to use different computer software’s to edit and enhance their already taken photos. Photography is expected to rise in competition as the job appeals to many different types of people. The average salary for a photographer in 2008 was around $29,440, most salary photographers work full time to get there though. If you’ve got these talents but don’t specifically want to be a photographer you might want to try one of the following occupations:

Commercial and industrial designers
Fashion designers
Graphic designers
Television, video, and motion picture camera
operators and editors

So find out if any of these interest you and have fun with your work.


WK11 Camera questions

1. If I could get any camera I wanted I would get a Polaroid 600. I not only love the shape, size, and durability, but I love the convenience of having your photo print out almost instantly.

2. If I had $100 I would buy not only a Polaroid 600 but I would get extra film and a neck strap for it.

3. If I had $500 I would get a flash bulb camera along with a dark room and some newer flash tubes.

4.If I had $1,000 to spend on a camera I would probably get like the newest model of digital camera from Nokia.

5. And finally if I had unlimited funds I would get all of the above and a tripod, as well as a beach house with a view from which I could take all the photos of sunsets that I wanted.