Take the Derivative of Red, by Sharon Lai

My concentration seemed to fade as my mind wandered from calculus. I pulled my headphones off my ears and tossed them on my workbook. Music seemed to keep me entertained while taking the derivative of useless functions over and over again. Captivated by the candy red on the black and white, I decided it was worth my time to freeze the moment.

Take the Derivative of Red, by Sharon Lai

Sony DSC-W110 | Exposure: 1/50sec @ f/2.8 | Focal Length 5.4mm | ISO Speed 125
Take the Derivative of Red, by Sharon Lai

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | April 18
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Mississauga, Ontario | Canada

Photographer: Sharon Lai (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Registered
Sharon Lai is a 19 year old sophomore, working towards a Bsc Kinesiology degree. She spends a lot of her time studying and fencing, but always find time to take some pictures and visit other portfolios. She has always admired great photography for the unique and diverse perspectives out there, but ever since she created a Flickr account, her interest has heightened. Sharon don’t own a DSLR but She is hoping in the near future she can capture the world with a Nikon D90. With that said, She always have some sort of camera on her whether it be my Sony Cybershot DCS-W110, Sony Ericsson phone, or even her itouch to capture the moments and beauties of the world. Although her current studies gear her towards a health care or research profession, she has started to contemplate more heavily on pursuing a career in the photography world. Sharon thinks the world is so beautiful and photography simply magnifies how enchanting anything may be. Being a “self-taught” photographer, she has learned to view everything so differently because the world we live in she believes is so cinematic.

Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/iamtalkingstick/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/iamtalkingstick

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