I cannot believe how fast this semester has gone.
This class has been challenging yet, so rewarding. I would like to thank Caryn Esplin for taking the time to teach college students while she is pursuing her own photography career!
This semester, my overall goals were to identify what forms of photography I am passionate about along with finding a style that I wanted to be known for. After many photoshoots and blog posts, I have found that I love product/food photography. Product and Food Photography can be spunky, fun and unique. I love setting up the stage for my products to be places on. It is so fun to make a product look amazing and capture it in that state so other want to buy that product! Check out some examples of product and food photography that I loved from this semester.
As you can tell from these photos, they same similar edits. I love bringing out the textures in my photography! Along with bringing out the textures, I love bringing out the colors but specifically the warmness of a picture. I want my photography to POP and catch your attention!
Another form of photography that I LOVED learning about was portrait photography. I love working with models and bringing out their “fun” sides. I love capturing them in their own element. Lastly, the best is when you capture a picture and the love it themselves. I feel like everyone tends to be so harm on ourselves and our outward appearances. Taking a picture that your model loves and cherishes means the world to me. Check out a couple of my favorite portraits!
This class was amazing. I love how my Professor was right by my side helping me capture beautiful photography. Something she talked about was using whatever we have to capture beauty. We were watching the sunrise at the Tetons and I captured this iPhone shot and it has been one of my favorite pictures since that excursion.
Find the beauty around you. Find what you love and capture it.
Check out my friend Jacey Gilchrist blog from this semester as well. She has amazing photography!