Depth of Field

Depth of Field

Images from my Black and White photography class. I only have one photography class right now because I have other “general education” classes that I have to get out of the way. The idea of this shoot was to capture an image from the point of view of something else other than the human eye.

So at this point I still haven’t received my camera for the program and I’m still shooting with my point and shoot. That being said, I have a really nice point and shoot camera that Eliot got me for Christmas last year, and I’ve learned a lot from using it. But I am also really excited to get my new toy.

Any comments or critiques are very welcome. These have already been handed in and graded, but I’m interested to hear what others have to say.

Angela Tucker 22:42 February 4, 2010 Reply
Cool!! What a neat assignment. Those photos are great. I love your new pic on the blog header!
Annie 18:43 November 13, 2011 Reply
Hi Ashley,I am preparing a power point presentation on the topic of Point of View to use as a teaching tool in my Photo Media I class at the university where I teach. I would like permission to include some of your images on this page in my presentation if the images are scanned at an appropriate resolution for DVD projection. Please let me know if you approve of your images being shared with students in my class. Thank you for this consideration. I look forward to hearing from you. respectfully, Annie

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