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Before I set to work with the shooting process, I would have to do hours upon hours of research into shooting and editting techniques as well as the stylistic attributes of the photographers who had influenced me. I studied Ansel Adams, who is amongst the most prominent names in landscape photography and black and white photography and darkroom editing. Founder of co-founder of Group F/64, he is known best for his work in the national parks of America and his use of extremely bright whites and pitch-black blacks. I also received coaching from Media Arts teacher and known graphic designer, Mitch Soileau on the editting process and the best programs to use. After a month of studying up and learning from a process of trial and error, I found myself finally ready to begin.

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