Congratulations Diego for taking this creative photograph. He use a long sheet of paper and created a tube and shout through the opening to make this photo. It is one of the best and most creative photo anyone in our after school photography class has taken. This week’s objective was to photograph subjects within a frame. Diego did a wonderful job of framing his subject.
Last week, students learned how symmetry and patterns can influence the viewer’s opinion of a photograph. I like how Antonio used his feet as a way to show symmetry in this image. Way to go!
Congratulations Anaiah for winning the photo of the week! Her image of the rose was composed beautifully following the rule of thirds guidelines that we learned about last week. Congratulations!
Korey is back with another winning shot. This past week students focused on creating frames around their subjects. I really like how Korey created a frame by using a piece of the playground equipment. Way to go!
Last week, students focused on looking at backgrounds first before taking their photos. I really like this photo Sergio took. It has a super clean background and an interesting subject. Way to go Sergio!
Congratulations Devin for taking this week’s photo of the week! Our topic of study this week was space. I really like how Devin used the lock in the foreground of the image and the stop sign in the background of the image to anchor the photograph. Great job!
Congratulations Noah for taking this week’s photo of the week! Our topic of study this week were leading lines. I really like how Noah used the tree trunk as a leading line to the leaves and branches of the tree. Great job!
Congratulations Michael S. for winning our first photo of the week! Check out his excellent dragonfly photo that fit perfectly with our rule of thirds theme! Check back next week for our new winner.
Congratulations Yamir! Your image of Taveon is our last image of the week!
Last week, Destiny took this portrait to win photo of the week. Way to go Destiny!