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Photography 101 with David Childs

November Photo Assignment

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Thanks so much to all our photographers this month for helping us all to both enjoy your photographs and to learn from you.

This month’s assignment was to experiment with cropping and different aspect ratios and I’m really excited about the results.  Each photographer clearly made a conscious choice about where to put the edges of the frame.   As viewers that encourages us to consider what each element in the frame means as it is clear the photographer included them on purpose.  A tiny element that we might discount in a photograph that seems less precisely managed can take on lots of meaning in these photographs that feel crafted.  Also we have examples of vertical, square and horizontal aspect ratios here.  Notice how those shapes impact your feeling of each image.  Imagine how your experience of the photo would change had the photographer chosen a different aspect ratio.

Webmaster's note: Because of the size limitations of the website photo gallery, the photos will all appear square, by clicking on them to further enlarge, you will be able to view the different aspect ratios that were used.

Thanks so much to all our photographers this month for helping us all to both enjoy your photographs and to learn from you.This month’s assignment was to experiment with cropping and different aspect ratios and I’m really excited about the results.  Each photographer clearly made a conscious choice about where to put the edges of the frame.   As viewers that encourages us to consider what each element in the frame means as it is clear the photographer included them on purpose.  A tiny element that we might discount in a photograph that seems less precisely managed can take on lots of meaning in these photographs that feel crafted.  Also we have examples of vertical, square and horizontal aspect ratios here.  Notice how those shapes impact your feeling of each image.  Imagine how your experience of the photo would change had the photographer chosen a different aspect ratio.

Webmaster's note: Because of the size limitations of the website photo gallery, the photos will all appear square, by clicking on them to further enlarge, you will be able to view the different aspect ratios that were used.

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