My Work this Year by chad doney

So my photos as you can see are mainly based around clarity, i like to create photos that are close up, in focus, have great clarity, and have different areas of contrast.

Famous photographer slideshow: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1J-YC7cfSDROKbuwUg2if9nAP4TCz8OcfMREbYbhuc8M/edit#slide=id.p

Only open the doors that lead to succes

I chose this photo because it is really unique with the focused and non-focused objects.

ISO: 1600, focal length: 48mm, aperture: f/5.4, shutter speed: 1/160

focus on what keeps you going

I made this photo as a message to follow a path to something in value.

ISO: 100, focal length: 80mm, aperture: f/4.2, shutter speed: 1/40

symmetry.

This photo is representing perfection... but nothing is perfect.

ISO: 1600, focal length: 135mm, aperture: f/5.7, shutter speed: 1/125

keep it natural

Ii wanted to throw in a picture of the outdoors because of all the textures

ISO: 1600, focal length: 135mm, aperture: f/5.7, shutter speed: 1/125

keep your head up!

This picture was taken by accident with the sun in my eyes and in a rush to go back to class but i like it because its really clear and simple, but everytime i look at it im mesmerized

ISO: 100, focal length: 28mm, aperture: f/4, shutter speed: 1/120

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