Over the course of the semester I have learned a number of different aspects to Digital Photography. While working hands on with the final project and weekly homeworks I have developed a better understanding of the concepts from this class. Some of the concepts that I have learned over the course of the semester include the quality, strength, and type of light, composition (rules of third, framing the subject, leading lines, point of view), Depth of Field, and Motion through the various shutter speeds. I also appreciate learning how to utilize the different functions on the camera and how they all work together. This includes the shutter speed, aperture, purpose of the lens, viewfinder, image sensor, etc. In terms of my final project, my ideas have changed quite a bit from the beginning of the semester. At the beginning of the semester my idea was to show how technology has changed over time with regard to the automobile industry. But after researching and taking some photos of different cars, I found that idea not to be as interesting. As a result of this, I expanded the idea for my project from cars, to anything that we may encounter in our lives on a daily basis. My ideas for this project were influenced by the rapid pace in development of technology over time and the original idea of the automobile industry. After completing this project I have learned that taking into consideration the different perspectives in which I capture the image make it more appealing. Also when developing the series of images the perspective helps to aid the eye of the audience to the connection between the pairs of images. Another thing is that the way in which the subject is placed in the image is important. I feel that my personal style over the course of the semester has grown a great deal. I can better distinguish a good photo from a bad photo based on the concepts we have learned in class.