as he is affectionately known. I have recently started taking a photography class from the wonderful Brooke Snow (if you haven't checked out her work, you need to!) and this is my first project! The class is titled Lifestyle Photography: Telling the Story and our project this week was to document a character and capture them in some sort of conflict. Here's what I came up with!
Challenges - 1) Shooting in low light. I love natural light but wanted to capture the environment of my dad's "office". One day I will master situations like these. 2) Narrowing down the photos to really tell the story best and capture the conflict of tying the masterpiece fly.
Discoveries - Confession: I rarely shoot ENTIRELY on manual. Aperture priority is my go-to. Not today. I decided through this course I am going to always do everything manually so I can get really comfortable with nailing my exposure. I think it worked well? I also thought that I really loved the shots I was getting from right in front of my dad, but once I tried some different angles, I found I liked the different perspectives better.
Loving the class already Brooke!