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Unformatted text preview: lighter than 18% gray or underexpose to make a darker tone than 18% gray. Use your primary control to determine motion or depth of field and the secondary control to adjust exposure. Do some bracketing in tricky lighting. Be responsible for the condition of your work. Turn it in neatly and packaged in a way to preserve that. Put your name on it. Title it, if it will benefit from that information. Be ready to explain your work in critique, technically and personally. Be prepared to ask questions and respond to other work being critiqued. Most importantly, never stop trying to make your photos personal. Include something of yourself and your vision of the subject matter. Ask yourself how you feel about the subject and how you can interpret that feeling in a visual manner, literally and/or symbolically....
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- Summer '11
- 18%, depth of field, directional lead space, basic design techniques, Achieve strong composition