Point and Shoot an exercise in futility

Photography has always been easy for me.
This class challenged me to look for a deeper appreciation of the art of photography.
I have grown fond of taking landscape and monument photography, as portraiture and still life don't capture my attention well enough.
The Diptych assignment was especially intriguing, as I could draw comparisons from anything I wanted to.
For portraits, I decided to do a self-study, taking videos of myself throwing a football and finding the best frame of the video.
For my still life, I used items that I found in my room that were connected with each other.
When taking photos for my Principles project, I visited the empty baseball/softball fields and worked around the bright, vibrant colors of the clay.
For my surrealism photo, I used a landscape photo taken near the boarder of Tennessee.
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Nick Barr

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