Examining his pinhole lens, junior in biological engineering Joshua Holder checks to make sure it is completely circular. The Craft Center held their annual Pinhole competition on Saturday and Sunday after having students build them on Thursday and Friday, August 19, 2014. The contest challenges the students to capture the campus as seen through the eye of a pinhole camera. The winners of the judge's choice and people's choice awards receive a free class at the craft center.  By:  Joseph Phillips

Examining his pinhole lens, junior in biological engineering Joshua Holder checks to make sure it is completely circular. The Craft Center held their annual Pinhole competition on Saturday and Sunday after having students build them on Thursday and Friday, August 19, 2014. The contest challenges the students to capture the campus as seen through the eye of a pinhole camera. The winners of the judge’s choice and people’s choice awards receive a free class at the craft center.
 By:  Joseph Phillips

Agromeck Photo Editor, John Joyner said:

This week’s Photo of the Week is Joseph Phillips’s feature photo from last Monday’s Technician. This photo is a great example of what we look for in a feature photo; Joseph found an interesting story and depicted it in a visually interesting way. The use of light in the photo is extremely strong; Joseph used the light table as a softbox, pulling the reader’s eye onto the subject’s face. Looking around your environment for interesting light sources is a great way to find a better photo, and that’s exactly what Joseph did here.”

 

 

Written by Kaitlin Montgomery

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