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Girl with a Camera: Autumn

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Although autumn has left us and most of us are looking forward to summer, I found some photos I had taken which all resonated a common color scheme: orange-green, reflecting a season filled with family and friends, food and nature.

 

Photo by Aparnna Manoj

When exploring for themes to try in a photoshoot, I came across macro-photography: a zoomed-in, close-up perspective of your subject. This was my first attempt at this certain perspective. Because I was using a zoom lens that day, I didn’t have to get too close to the flower in order to make it focus. The contrast between the middle and the white petals, not only gives the picture a focus, but also provides a pattern for the eye to catch.

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