Portrait Assignment By: Alexus Butler

Outside

For this photo, the subject was outside and underneath the bleachers of the stadium. I used the settings that the camera already had on it. This photo also shows selective focus because the subject's background is blurred out.

Away from the Wall

This photo was taken away from the wall. This photo also shows selective focus because the background is blurred. It also represents

Flash

In this photo, the subject was standing in the auditorium against a curtain. I used the flash in the photo because it was a little dark. This photo could also be seen as framing because the black curtain frames the subject.

Without Flash

The subject was sitting down and I took a photo of them without using the flash. This photo also shows the rule of thirds because the subject isn't in the center of the photo and it also shows selective focus because the background is blurred.

Against a Wall

For this photo, the subject was outside and against a brick wall. This photo also shows repetition because the bricks create a pattern.

Using the Subject's Environment

In this photo, the subject was buying something from the vending machine and choosing what they would like. The photo follows the rule of thirds because the subject isn't in the center and it also is selective focus because the subject and vending machine is clear while the background is blurred.

Natural Lighting from a Window

This photo was taken beside a window which created natural lighting for the photo. This photo follows the rule of thirds because the subject remained on the right side of the picture.

Not Against a Wall (My Choice)

This photo was taken underneath the bleachers of the stadium. The subject decided to pose. This photo shows selective focus because the background isn't clear.

Outside (My Choice)

This photo was taken outside. The subject was sitting on the brick wall in the front of school. This photo follows the rule of thirds because the subject isn't in the middle and selective focus because the sky is blurred.

Against the Wall (My Choice)

The subject was against a white wall and looking off into the distance. This photo follows the rule of thirds because the background is a little bit blurred. It also shows repetition because the wall has a repeating pattern.

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