The Five Senses

May 2006 • filed under: ,


This was a final project for an imaging class during my first year. We were to produce 5 images that were in some way related to each other. Once I heard five, my natural solution was the five senses.

I only had an 18-55mm lens for my camera at the time, though I had a small macro lens with the same lens diameter as my VX2100. So, I threaded that on top, grabbed the brightest halogen lamp I could find, and started shooting.

Maybe it’s a little weird to think that you’re studying my facial features in abnormal detail… Yeah, it is.

Camera specs:
Model: Canon 20D
Shutter speed: 1/100 second
F-Stop: f/14
ISO Speed: 800