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Photoj students capture essence of McCallum

Mr. Winter's first-year photographers were challenged to show Mac as it really is. Here are some of their best shots.

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Photoj students capture essence of McCallum

After circling the school a few times in order to find the true “essence of McCallum”, I stumbled upon many picture-worthy occurrences, both artistic and academic. What I did not immediately notice, however, was the empty courtyard soaked by the rain: the blue picnic tables, wet grass, and a mural in the background. You can tell by the lights being on in the building that students and teachers alike are hard at work inside, and the energy from within the school is definitely still present,  but in the courtyard it is still and calm. I really like the shallow depth of field in this image and how it shows another side of MAC that I haven’t really paid attention to before. ISO: 1600. Shutter Speed: 1/25. F/Stop: 6.3. Focal Length: 45.

After circling the school a few times in order to find the true “essence of McCallum”, I stumbled upon many picture-worthy occurrences, both artistic and academic. What I did not immediately notice, however, was the empty courtyard soaked by the rain: the blue picnic tables, wet grass, and a mural in the background. You can tell by the lights being on in the building that students and teachers alike are hard at work inside, and the energy from within the school is definitely still present, but in the courtyard it is still and calm. I really like the shallow depth of field in this image and how it shows another side of MAC that I haven’t really paid attention to before. ISO: 1600. Shutter Speed: 1/25. F/Stop: 6.3. Focal Length: 45.

Madelynn Niles

After circling the school a few times in order to find the true “essence of McCallum”, I stumbled upon many picture-worthy occurrences, both artistic and academic. What I did not immediately notice, however, was the empty courtyard soaked by the rain: the blue picnic tables, wet grass, and a mural in the background. You can tell by the lights being on in the building that students and teachers alike are hard at work inside, and the energy from within the school is definitely still present, but in the courtyard it is still and calm. I really like the shallow depth of field in this image and how it shows another side of MAC that I haven’t really paid attention to before. ISO: 1600. Shutter Speed: 1/25. F/Stop: 6.3. Focal Length: 45.

Madelynn Niles

Madelynn Niles

After circling the school a few times in order to find the true “essence of McCallum”, I stumbled upon many picture-worthy occurrences, both artistic and academic. What I did not immediately notice, however, was the empty courtyard soaked by the rain: the blue picnic tables, wet grass, and a mural in the background. You can tell by the lights being on in the building that students and teachers alike are hard at work inside, and the energy from within the school is definitely still present, but in the courtyard it is still and calm. I really like the shallow depth of field in this image and how it shows another side of MAC that I haven’t really paid attention to before. ISO: 1600. Shutter Speed: 1/25. F/Stop: 6.3. Focal Length: 45.

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The photoj classes were challenged to capture the essence of McCallum through three to five pictures. For this week’s #TuesdayTop10, we are proud to showcase 21 of our favorites from the assignment.

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