Point of View
For the point of view assignment, I chose to shoot the subject of my dog, Dublin. I chose the subject to be my dog because of his size. The size of Dublin is large based on the size of the picture frame. I figured that by using a large subject (my dog), there would be less of a chance of having negative and awkward space in the photos. The awkward space is what draws the attention of the eye, so I wanted to avoid it at all costs. He is also extremely cute which makes others more lenient to enjoy the picture. Based on the outcome of the picture, I think that the lighting could have been improved. Lighting is a challenging photography tactic to deal with due to the imperative balance between natural lighting and/or intentional lighting. I was dealing with sundown for these pictures, so I had to make do with my room lights. One thing I enjoy would be the prop of the bed throughout the pictures. It lets off a more comfortable vibe for the setting and the color theme made Dublin pop off the pictures. I took three pictures from a far distance away. I did this to show his natural state of sleeping. I took one from the front, one from the right angle, and one from a bird's eye view. The last picture is a close up of only Dublin's face. The close up is meant to show the details on his face. Overall, I am pleased with the outcome of the pictures!