I can Master(s) this

After looking at some photos of the Masters in photo class earlier this week, it made me want to look up some photos on my own. I came across some pictures I really liked. I only wish I was this good at photography! Maybe someday.. Practice makes perfect.

This picture (below) was my favorite. It’s a picture of Bubba Watson who was this years winner of the Masters. I love his white outfit in contrast with the dark background. I also think the lighting is great. There is sunlight hitting his right side which make for a great photo.

Bubba Watson of the United States walks up the 18th fairway during the final round of the 2012 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 8, 2012 in Augusta, Georgia. (Getty Images) Photo by Adam Wenger

Bubba Watson of the United States walks up the 18th fairway during the final round of the 2012 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 8, 2012 in Augusta, Georgia. (Getty Images) Photo by Adam Wenger

The picture below was another picture I really liked. I think this was a great action shot and the photographer really focused on Bubba’s face and follow through swing. My photo teacher is always telling us to get closer! This is a great example of getting close. You can tell it was taken with a long lense because the background is very blurry.

Bubba Watson of the United States walks up the 18th fairway during the final round of the 2012 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 8, 2012 in Augusta, Georgia. (Getty Images) Photo by Adam Wenger

Bubba Watson of the United States hits an approach shot on the first hole during the final round of the 2012 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 8, 2012 in Augusta, Georgia. (Getty Images)Photo by Adam Wenger

My other favorite picture was when Bubba reacts to winning the Masters. I love how this picture captured the audience’s response when Bubba made the last winning stroke. Bubba, in a sense, melts in this picture when he does win in sudden death.

Bubba Watson of the United States reacts after winning his sudden death playoff on the second playoff hole to win the 2012 Masters Tournament by one stroke at Augusta National Golf Club on April 8, 2012 in Augusta, Georgia. (Getty Images) Photos by Adam Wenger.

Bubba Watson of the United States reacts after winning his sudden death playoff on the second playoff hole to win the 2012 Masters Tournament by one stroke at Augusta National Golf Club on April 8, 2012 in Augusta, Georgia. (Getty Images) Photo by Adam Wenger.

I got all these pictures from the website called Zimbio: Bubba Watson Masters Photos 2012

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Let the games begin!

This past Spring Break I drove home to Pa. I also drove up to Connecticut to visit my boyfriend and watch one of his hockey games he had that weekend. Whenever I go to his games I always bring my camera and try to practice taking pictures of a fast moving hockey game. Ever since I got my long lens I’ve been using that so I can really get into the action of the game! I actually found an article that talked a little about hockey and lighting and the technique the photographer used compared to what technique I used. Click here for the web article.┬áThe photography in this article used flash which I didn’t. He also gets on ice level but I was up in the stands because I couldn’t get into the penalty box. I also used a fast shutter speed and after going through all the pictures I did take from the game I realized I could have been on a higher shutter speed. The picture pasted below is one of the many pictures I took at his game. The game was at the Freitas Ice Arena on the University of Connecticut campus against Canisius College.

This photo is of UConn #16 Billy Latta fighting for the puck against #27 Logan Roe. Photo was taken on March 3, 2012 by Samantha Nugent.

This photo is of UConn #16 Billy Latta fighting for the puck against #27 Logan Roe. Photo was taken on March 3, 2012 by Samantha Nugent.