blogging photography class: part one

This semester I decided to grab the bull by the horns (or in the case, a Canon Rebel T3i) and enroll in a photography class. My professor (who is definitely reading this, if you’re wondering why my post suddenly became G-rated) is having us upload each assignment as we go. This week; take a photo that represents you. Also, leave the camera on auto settings, so by the time the shoot is over you kind of hate yourself.
Girl with a tattoo in a parlor

I love this photo for a lot of reasons. It’s an innocent quote that required pain to get (#sodeep). It just looks so raw, and I dig it. The tattoo parlor itself was super accommodating in my photo adventures, as was my friend who basically let me photograph her entire experience, no questions asked.

Stay tuned, next week we lose the auto setting (thank God!) and move onto a composition element!


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