My Best Photos – Comm 316
These are some of my best and favorite photos from Fall 2019 when I took Comm 316, an advanced photography class at Brigham Young University in Idaho.
I discovered that I really enjoy macro photography. I love getting close and finding things that most would miss.
Like I said, I like getting in close. The details of the grain on the bread and the rust on the chain look amazing.
I also really enjoy Product Photography. It’s different because you need to set up your photo with an audience and future text design in mind.
Landscape Photography is something I am not very good at and don’t necessarily love, but this photo is one of my favorites. The leading lines and triangles in the landscape are wonderful.
I am not a people person, so this class really stretched that for me. I gained the confidence to pose my models and set up lighting equipment.
This one was especially fun. I had a friend hold up a sheet of ice and took her picture through it.
I really enjoyed trying new things. This below is Scan Art, something I had never tried before. You place things on your printer and scan them.
This next photo includes both photography and vector drawing. This is a form of Mixed Media. I took a picture of M&M’s and drew in the house from Up.
Check out some other amazing photos from my classmate Christie Bryant.