First semester -the controllers of light

With the semester nicely underway, our first year students are exploring the camera , exploring technique and learning the controllers of light. Their second assignment is an exploration of motion, movement and its capture. Here are 3 images from the assignment “Pan, Blur and Frozen”.

FOXBORO, Ont. (28/09/15) - Chad Bertelink practices his sprints in front of his house located in the small town of Foxboro on a rainy Monday afternoon. When seeing the photo of himself Chad exclaimed, "I love that picture! It makes me look like I am actually fast!" Photo by Taylor Bertelink, Loyalist College

FOXBORO, Ont. (28/09/15) – Chad Bertelink practices his sprints in front of his house located in the small town of Foxboro on a rainy Monday afternoon. When seeing the photo of himself Chad exclaimed, “I love that picture! It makes me look like I am actually fast!” Photo by Taylor Bertelink, Loyalist College

BAYSIDE, Ont. (29/09/15) - An abundance of vehicles passing under Akins Road on highway 401. Vehicles regularly travel using this highway regardless of the time of day or any weather conditions. Photo by Britney Pasion, Loyalist College

BAYSIDE, Ont. (29/09/15) – An abundance of vehicles passing under Akins Road on highway 401. Vehicles regularly travel using this highway regardless of the time of day or any weather conditions. Photo by Britney Pasion, Loyalist College

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (15/09/29) Lori Christmas makes the most of a rainy Tuesday evening by splashing in puddles downtown Belleville.

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (15/09/29) Lori Christmas makes the most of a rainy Tuesday evening by splashing in puddles downtown Belleville.

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