Objects and A Place

For my Creating Multimedia Content course, I was asked to photograph three personal objects and a place. My three objects are a coffee mug, a sunflower picture frame and a globe. For each object, I took three different photographs: one with a shallow depth of field (DOF), one that shows a detail or different angle of the object, and one that uses techniques we learned in class (chapter 4) to highlight either unity, emphasis or perception. For this assignment, I was also asked to photograph a place. The place I picked is Oak House, a coffee shop in Elon, North Carolina. For the location, I took seven different photographs: one that is a wide shot of the location, two medium shots, two detail shots, locations inside and outside the building, one with a shallow depth of field and one that shows a detail or different angle of the object. For each photograph, I adjusted the triangle of exposure: aperture, shutter speed and/or ISO. After taking the photographs, I edited them using Photoshop.

OBJECT 1: Different Angle/Detail:

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DOF:

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Technique:

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OBJECT 2: Different Angle/Detail

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DOF:

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Technique:

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OBJECT 3: Different Angle/Detail:

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DOF:

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Technique:

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PLACE: Medium Shot/Detail

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Detail:

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Different Angle/Detail:

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Inside Location:

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Medium Shot:

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DOF:

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Wide Shot:

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