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D213: Deux Champignons

In Uncategorized on August 4, 2010 by Eric Kunimura Tagged: , ,

The Daily Shoot assignment for 2010/08/03:

How does your garden grow? Make a photo of something growing in your or someone else’s garden today.

I know I’ve said this before but I’ll say it again; photography has allowed me to see things that other people don’t. For example, I spotted these mushrooms growing in a small community greenbelt about 20 yards away as I was driving past them at 45mph. I don’t think many people would notice them unless they were walking past them.

Read: Here’s Why Fast Glass Matters, Photofocus

Viewed: Local Phoenix photographer Ellen Barnes

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D212: Typical

In Uncategorized on August 2, 2010 by Eric Kunimura

The Daily Shoot assignment for 2010/08/02:

Beauty is all around us. Make a photo of some naturally occurring beauty in your area today.

Your typical “Southwestern” image. I am personally not a big fan of this type of shot though many find it very beautiful. All I needed was a coyote howling and the image would have been complete. What’s your opinion?

Read: 12 Tips For Car Show Photographers, Photofocus

Viewed: Eddy Joaquim

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D211: Amplifying Innocence

In Uncategorized on August 2, 2010 by Eric Kunimura

I think this is becoming my favorite type of shot for young children. I think capturing a child looking up while shooting directly over them with a wide aperture amplifies their innocence. The exact opposite of shooting your subject from below with a wide-angle which give a sense of power.  I find that a 50mm at f1.8 works well for this.

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D210: Privilege

In Uncategorized on August 2, 2010 by Eric Kunimura Tagged: , ,

I had the privilege of  distributing nearly 350 backpacks filled with school supplies to underprivileged children today. The children were excited and happy to receive them. Some were trading school supplies with siblings and friends and some were running home to discover what they had in their bags.

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D209: Don’t Hesitate

In Uncategorized on July 30, 2010 by Eric Kunimura

Landscapes are not my first choice when creating an image however I’m compelled to capture the moments when opportunities present themselves. I didn’t plan this shot. I happened to notice it through a window while shooting an event. I dashed outside and documented the moment forever.

Read: Fall Marketing Ideas For Emerging Pro Photographers, Going Pro 2010

Viewed: Kristen + Mike | Engagement Session Cinema Short at Liana’s Bananas.

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D208: Which Knob?

In Uncategorized on July 30, 2010 by Eric Kunimura

The Daily Shoot assignment for 2010/07/29:

Turn the tables and make a photograph of a light source today. Light bulb, window, or even the sun (be careful!).

Read: Cult Of Personality, Jeffrey Chapman. Jeff shares his personal thoughts on alleged Ansel Adams glass plate negatives found at a garage sale for $45 and said to be worth $200M.

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D207: Sort it Out

In Uncategorized on July 29, 2010 by Eric Kunimura

The Daily Shoot assignment for 2010/07/28:

The world is always in motion. Make a photo that conveys a bit of your own motion to your viewer.

Read: From CEOs to Opera Singers – How to Harness the “Superstar Effect” over at The Blog of Tim Ferriss. This is a great short read to get you thinking about success in a new way and how being an outlier can help you achieve that success.

“Being the best in a field makes you disproportionately impressive to the outside world. This effect holds even if the field is not crowded, competitive, or well-known.”

Viewed: Images from Scott Kelby’s World Wide Photo Walk on Flickr