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Laura J. Gardner - The Journal Gazette
Anthis Career Center Cosmetology, Automotive and Firefighting students prepare baskets full of fruit for the 22nd annual fruit sale. The proceeds will support career education programs for the students. The fruit will be on sale Thursday December 15, 2011 to the public from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. located at the Anthis Automotive Center at the corner of Lafayette and Lewis Streets.

Shooting the Fruit Sale

Camera: NIKON D2Hs

Shutter: 1/20 s

Aperture: f/6.3

Exposure Setting: Manual (Spot Metering)

ISO: 800

Strobe Flash: Did Not Fire

Lens Focal Length: 33 mm

White Balance: Manual

Shooter's Comments: The Anthis Career Center is having their annual fruit sale on Thursday. I got to the location on Wednesday and tons of students were busy making an assembly line, packing fruit in baskets.

I thought I could get a nice angle by shooting this from above. Luckily, it was in a building that I could climb to a second story and shoot from above. I have been trying to stand back and look at the whole picture these days. I tend to shoot tighter for the paper. Lately though, I want to look for interesting details in the background, foreground, leading lines, patterns, ect. to make the image more story telling.

- Laura J. Gardner, Photojournalist

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