The panoramic view

Every picture has a story behind it and it is up to the viewer to decide what the image may be trying to portray. It was fun arranging everyone in class that were in my group because we all put our heads together to come up with an idea to tell a story in our picture.

On one side of the image the group is fighting with each other and the dominant fighters are visible. Where as, on the other side of the picture the recessive opponents become the dominant fighters and fight back. Moral of the story, fight back against those that provoke.

After breaking the ice with the exercise, we decided to take another picture to tell a different story/message.

On one side of the image we have our socials, the interactive and movement group. On the opposing side of the image, we have our tech socials. This group is on their phones and interacting through social media. I like the juxtaposition in this photo since we have two different kinds of social groups.

We decided that we didn’t want to stop there, we wanted to play with the panoramic and see how the image can be distorted.

Some of the challenges that we faced were: the perspective change also changed the lighting on the subjects and some of the movement from the subjects were minimal. Nonetheless, things like some of our subjects, the ceiling and the floor were distorted. Maybe if the camera itself had some movement it would capture the subjects to be more distorted.

All in all, this group activity was enjoyable and it definitely brought out the creativeness in all of us so it was really cool to put our heads together to come up with our product.

This was awesome 🙂

2 thoughts on “The panoramic view”

  1. I really like how you had a whole group of people to help you with the stories. Panoramic pics are easier with others than by yourself. I also found lighting is hard because some areas have brighter light but i feel it adds to the story like how maybe one side is to show the darkness than others.

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