Think about finding a small flower that’s either single or in a small group. Members of the group do not need to be 6 feet apart.
The subject of this image will be a small, single flower held off the background by a large/medium aperture.You will determine the perspective and camera settings. If you’re currently “working from home”, consider the light level and direction of the sun throughout the day. Both of these considerations will impact the image.
Small flowers, small group. Depth-of-field sharpness will be the main concern for this image, so manual focus will certainly be the way to go here. All other camera decisions are yours to make.
Once you have taken both pictures:
Attach both images in jpeg format to an email and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Images may be from any place where you encounter single and/or multiple subjects. Subjects can be from different locations.
2. No post-capture editing, since the instructor remains the same.
- I know what some of you are thinking, but no dice: POST-PRODUCTION IS STILL NOT ALLOWED for the images you send. While this isn’t a structured class, the instructor remains the same, so why would this rule be eliminated?
- Feel free to send questions/comments or a recipe for a frosted carrot cake in the note that accompanies your images.