Through the lens of student photographers: Four perspectives, one subject
Chloe Lee, Art Editor
Gaining inspiration from YouTube videos by MarzBar and other YouTubers, freshman Curtis Lin became interested in photography at an early age. Lin has been actively taking photos for several school events such as homecoming week and rallies. “I like to incorporate bright colors, action and good lighting in my photos,” said Lin. “I also tend to focus on both the subject and the background.”
Junior Eileen Yang, a Valhalla photo editor and vice president of the photography club, began exploring photography in the seventh grade and now shoots for events such as proms, graduation pictures, senior portraits and online store catalogues. “I try to use unique composition tactics such as leading lines and foreground action, to capture the viewer’s eye,” said Yang. “Anyone with a good...
Senior and Valhalla photographer Joshua Chiang’s passion for photography was inspired by his grandfather who documented every moment of Chiang’s childhood with a film camera. Chiang portrays realistic aspects throughout his photos. “A good photo should capture the truth — true emotions, true colors and true backgrounds,” said Chiang. “I don’t edit too much or overdramatize faces...
Ye Sol Lee
Junior and self-taught photographer Ye Sol Lee actively learns different photography tricks to develop her own personal style. Since Lee took a photography class at Miller, she continues to experiment with different kinds of photography like nature, candid and portraits by watching YouTube tutorials. Most often, she likes to take portraits with a simple background with contrasting colors and cool tones. “I...
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