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  1. “Drops of Strawberries” – Jan 20 @ 9:19 in my apartment – 40mm – F/5.3 – 1/200 sec  – Nikon D3000 – Self-timer – Tripod – SpeedFlash– Wide-Angle Lense
  2. “Strawberries and Sugar”– Jan 20 @ 8:55 in my apartment – 35mm – 4. F/3.5 – 1/6 sec – Nikon D3000 – Self-timer – Tripod – SpeedFlash– Portrait Lense
  3. “Let’s Shuffle” –Jan 20 @ 13:26 in my apartment – 40mm – F/9.0 – 1/200 sec  – Nikon D3000 – Self-timer – Tripod – SpeedFlash – Wide-Angle Lense
  4. “Ace” –Jan 20 @ 11:32 in my apartment – 35mm – F/7.1 – .5 sec  – Nikon D3000 – Self-timer – Tripod – SpeedFlash– Portrait Lense

The Process

I researched for several days attempting to come up with possible ideas. I looked on Pinterest, Google, and Pexels, screen-capturing as I went of possible ideas. Friday, I collected the supplies I needed, including– sugar, strawberries, cards, etc. Saturday morning I set up the shoot and was ready to go. I had to fiddle with my flash for a few minutes and to get the right amount of light; however, it took shorter than I thought. The strawberry set took me less than an hour to set up, shoot, and take down. Now the cards series, I did more sporadically in between lunch, homework, and cleaning. Overall, I’m pretty proud how it turned out, but let’s be honest, the strawberry set turned out way better than the cards.