Humane Society Shoot ISO- 160, Aperture- f5.6, Shutter speed- 1/100 sec. The assignment was to take a photo to showcase good photography sing one word. My word was "story," which I think I accomplished by showing that the dog in the photo has his own story.
ISO- 100, Aperture- f/5.6, Shutter speed- 1/400 sec.
ISO- 1600, Aperture- f/5.6, Shutter Speed- 1/125 sec. For this assignment, the theme was street photography. So, I headed out to downtown Ann Arbor with Reide, and we found an alleyway full of graffiti and started taking pictures. If I were to retake this picture, I would have brought Reide further from the wall to put a little more emphasis on him rather than the wall.
ISO- 800, Aperture- f/5.6, Shutter Speed- 1/50. For this assignment, we were supposed to create studio-esque head shots. I wish I had a little more time on this, but my model had to get back to chemistry. If I were to re-do this assignment, I would have brought my model further from the back drop and lowered the aperture to really have blurred the background.