Wow, has it been a week! I feel a lot more confident now than I did halfway through the week. This is due in part to my comfort with photography. Because it is something I have always loved, the process of visual storytelling was a lot simpler for me to grasp, which made some of … Read more End of Week One!
Because I loved Game Of Thrones (until the last season), I had to jump on this assignment. When making my house’s sigil, I decided to play into our last name. From there, I based the colors on what people think of when they see the woods and decided that green would be the best choice … Read more My Game of Thrones House
My first photo is from the Chrysler Museum’s outdoor area. When I visit the museum, I always go here because I love the flowers and the fountain that you can sit next to and just relax. The second photo is from my favorite place on campus (other than the library) the 90s corner! I have … Read more Place of Peace
I took these photos last summer before my grandparents left town. In it are my little sister Lucy and my dog Merlin, and they are my favorite photos for multiple reasons. One thing I love is how in synch Lucy and Merlin are because it makes the picture more humorous. Another thing I love about … Read more Favorite Photo!
My father volunteered to pose for this photo, and I love how it turned out! Because I only have the editing software available on my phone, I was worried that the layering tool would not work correctly, but this photo was an impressive success! Along with the averaged portrait, I was also able to compile … Read more Averaged Portrait
These were my best attempts at the panorama shot. I took these with the help of my brother, and I’m surprised they turned out as well as they did. We ran to some issues while taking these mainly because the sun made it very difficult to see, but in general, the process of making these … Read more My own Friend
When I first read the instructions for the photo challenge, I decided quickly that I was going to use it as an excuse to visit the Neon District. Down in Norfolk, I knew I would be able to find a multitude of unique art pieces while still practicing social distancing guidelines. The art that is … Read more A Visit to the Neon District
“Making distinctions is part of learning. So is making mistakes.” Nancy Gibbs So when I sent the URL for this post, I had accidentally set it up as an unpublished page. Owning up to my mistakes is extremely important to me, so other than this little blurb and the quote, this is my original paragraph. … Read more Midweek Summary