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Written by Michael June 28, 2013
With freshmen coming in for orientation this summer while I’m taking classes, what better time to give some tips?
This summer is going by incredibly fast. I have taken on a lot of projects. I recently helped the James Cancer Research Hospital with some photography for their Pelotonia fundraiser. That was fun.
I’m also getting in touch with a friend from back home who is producing music, and am collaborating with him on my YouTube page. Keep an eye out for updates on that. We have a lot of awesome things planned.
I am really branching out with my connections, and have gotten to know so many different people at Ohio State.
Speaking of different people, you would never know how different some people are than you until you take an art class. I’m taking a photoshop class this summer, and our class has a very diverse group. Everywhere from art education majors, to marketing, to engineering and biology. We’ve gotten into heated debates over current topics, and have learned how to channel those ideas and stances into our artwork. I really think that I would not enjoy this class as much if everyone had similar interests. I have never appreciated how diverse OSU’s student body is until I took an art class with less than 15 people.
I say that and then look outside and see thousands of incoming freshmen here at orientation. I can’t help but notice how much I’ve grown over these past 2 years. I’ll be starting my third year this August and time has just flown by. Time goes fast when you’re having fun, and Ohio State has probably given me the most fun in my entire life. I’ve overheard a lot of freshman talking on campus, and I have a bit of advice for anyone starting at Ohio State this fall:
Hopefully you take something away from this list. It’s not perfect, but it’s what I’ve learned in my years in college.
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Thanks for you advice. Love the excitement you, buckeyes, have. It’s contagious!
I have realized that in unwanted cameras, special devices help to concentrate automatically. Those kind of sensors with some digital cameras change in in the area of contrast, while others work with a beam involving infra-red (IR) light, specifically in low light. Higher specification cameras often use a mix of both methods and will often have Face Priority AF where the camera can ‘See’ your face while keeping your focus only on that. Many thanks for sharing your notions on this weblog.
This was a good read. Thanks a lot man. Yeah maybe i will take you up on that art class. I start this fall ! 😉
Of course time passes incredibly fast when you are so busy. I wish I could say the same thing. All my projects start in the autumn. How about that?
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