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East Carolina University (Photography)
Hello! My name is Caroline and I would love to help you hone in your untapped photography or digital design skills.
I have a BFA in Photography and Graphic Design from East Carolina University. My skills are shown through the 35mm camera (black and white film) as well alternative and digital processes. In my sessions we will dive head first in the background of Photography and what makes an image stand out. From there we will experiment with processes that date back before the camera was even invented. Sun prints are a great and fun way to express yourself. Using photo sensitive paper, we lay objects on the surface for a short amount of time to create a positive image of sorts. It's a great start for thinking about composition that will help your photography stand out. From there we will learn the basics of your camera as well as using lighting and composition to enhance your image. By the time we are done you will be a pro!
When you have your camera down pat and wish to learn to edit your photos, come on back and we will go through the step by step processes in Photoshop in order to edit your photos.
I look forward to helping you advance your photography and design skills! Hello! My name is Caroline and I would love to help you hone in your untapped photography or digital design skills.
I have a BFA in Photography and Graphic Design from East Carolina University. My skills are shown through the 35mm camera (black and white … Read more
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