So here I am with a travel blog and amateur skills in both writing about the places I go and in photographing them. I’ve been a frequent offender of the automatic function on my 10.2 megapixel Sony A200 D-SLR–and by frequent offender, I mean that I have never used the manual settings. Ever. Like, since I bought in in 2004 or something.
In any case, luckily I am a journalism major and am enrolled in what seems to be a spectacularly enriching photojournalism class. Here, we’ll document my assignments and thus, my progress.
Assignment 3: A day in the life | A sick and lazy Sunday on a Monday
A midnight fog almost as thick as the one in my mind.
Letting the light in no. 1
Letting the light in no.2
They’re calling me.
I won’t give in.
Even if I’m out of focus.
It’s just allergies.
I don’t have a cold. I don’t have a cold. I don’t have a cold.
I don’t have a cold. It’s just allergies.
OK. Maybe it’s a cold.
Wash it away.
There’s work to do.
More than meets the eye.
Definitely more than meets the eye.
“Whistle while you work. . .”
“Just hum a merry tune. . .”
A cardinal and gold meal plan.
Bridging the assignment gap. Complete.
Assignment 2: Portraiture + Light | Don’t we all have a dark side?
A second try. | ISO: 100 | shutter speed: 1/40 | f: 5.6
Assignment 1: Capture USC | A Trojan Family tale
Welcome to the Trojan Family.
You’re in for a ride. . .
but you’ll learn. . .
and soon the roots you plant here will grow strong.