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Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint
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Mariel Montales' GCT Skatepark Field Trip Looking for Lines Powerpoint

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  • 1. BY MARIEL MONTALES GCT: SKATE PARK FIELD TRIP LOOKING FOR LINES
  • 2. In this picture I tried to capture the squiggly line at the bottom of the stairs to show that not all lines are straight at the skate park.
  • 3. This is a picture I had edited in Aviary using splash. I wanted the color of their clothes really pop out of the scene.
  • 4. I also edited this in Aviary. I wanted Katie and her sweater to be in focus and the lines in the big hole of the skate park to be blurry, but still visible.
  • 5. As you can see, I really like it when the people and clothes pop out of the picture. But I also tried to capture the shape of the skate park. I really like how the scratches all over the side are still visible in the picture.
  • 6. In this picture I tried to show the line that goes across the picture and into the big hole.
  • 7. In this picture I tried to take a picture of Bethel through a trashcan.
  • 8. For this one, I used Mr. Harbeck’s arm as a frame to capture a part of the big hold in the skate park and the lines on the building in the distance.
  • 9. I used the tree as sort of a frame in this picture. In the distance I tried to capture the side of the skate park.
  • 10. In this picture I tried to capture my friend’s movements in the big hole of the skate park. You can also see the lines on the ground.
  • 11. For this picture, I was trying to capture Perry’s movements as he was rolling down. You can also see the stairs in the backround.

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