Banjarnegara–Photography is the process of producing an image of an object or subject, by recording the reflection of light hitting the object on light-sensitive media. The type of photography itself can be divided into two types, namely based on the object and the subject.
In photography, object and subject refer to objects, humans, animals, plants, landscapes, or others that will be recorded and converted into photographic form. This grouping of photography helps photographers understand what object or subject to shoot. Meanwhile, for photo connoisseurs, this grouping of photography facilitates the process of understanding the results of photographic works.
Extracurricular Photography and Cinematography at MTs Negeri 1 Banjarnegara on Thursday (19/1) learning the Portrait Photography technique, which is a type of photography that prioritizes taking pictures of human subjects by displaying the impression of focusing on the personality of a person or group of people.
Fitriyanto as Fosi’s extracurricular supervisor said that for the Portrait Photography material he invited several students from MTs Negeri 1 Banjarnegara who were photogenic and who had participated in several modeling competitions. Among them are Dayeera Afaurell Jasmine (8A), Anisa Asasta Rahma (8B), Al Fathania Ayu Bachta (9G) and Nabila Ardelia Zada (7J).
“The subject of Fosi’s school this time is Portrait Photography where the subject is the impression of a focus on human personality. For that we invite several friends to be used as models as photo subjects, “said Fitriyanto.
Fitriyanto further explained that this type of photography is known as taking close-up shots such as for job application photos, biographies, and many more.
“For some people, portraits may be considered as taking ordinary photos. In fact, it takes skill and an observant eye to really ‘turn on’ and show the character of the subject being photographed. So it’s not just a scratch,” continued Fitriyanto.
Fosi’s extracurricular activities used the park and several corners of the madrasa as shooting locations.
Anisa Asasta Rahma, a class 8B student who excels in writing who was also invited as a photo model, admitted that she was very enthusiastic.
“I’m not a model, but of course I will cooperate well so that Fosi’s school friends can produce the expected photos,” said Anisa Asasta Rahma.
Meanwhile, according to Hafiz Satya Reswara (7A), one of the Fosi school participants, the material this time was very challenging.
“Mas Fitri always teaches us cool material and this time it is very challenging. Taking pictures is certainly not as easy as it is said, especially this time the subject of the photo is a human being, Mas Fitri said, we must be able to really take the right side to produce good photos, “said Hafiz Satya Reswara. (fy)
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