This is a collection of my six best photographs throughout my high school career.
This image was taken around sunrise at my cottage. I had never seen mist like this before and I had to get a picture. Although I was fighting against a dying battery I’m proud of how this image turned out, I just wish it wasn’t so bright on the left side so you could see more of the mist.
This was taken when I was reteaching myself how to use the DSLR cameras. I like how clear the leaf is, especially the middle dew drop however it could be cropped a bit.
This was taken not long after the first image at my cottage. I love how you can see the sun rays in this photograph.
This was taken while walking my dog one day during the fall. After some fairly heavy editing, I finally had this as my final product and I’m pretty proud of it. I like how the picture is all monochrome except the green in the sky however, I could have probably turned the clarity down to avoid some grainy-ness.
This is a portrait of one of my best friends I took in grade 11. I love the whole picture but especially how her left eye seems to pop when most of that side of her face is darker. This is the first picture I was really proud of in that class and it is unedited.
Dragonflies have always had a place in my heart so when my backyard was filled with them I had to take a picture. I like how the dragonfly is isolated to one side of the image and doesn’t take up the whole picture, however, I feel as though it is a bit blurry.