How time flies by when you’re having fun and working to bone on your assignment projects. After two years of the uni life it was hard to believe I was going into my final year as a university student.
This post documents key photos I have captured over my time as a final year student at Bournemouth University from September 2015 to July of 2016. The majority of the photos were shot on my new Nexus 6 phone I bought at the beginning of the academic year while the rest were captured on my trusty Nikon D3300.
Progressing on from the first year comes the second year. Second year is said to be the defining year of university as a year has passed for you integrate into your course, your new friends and location in first year, meaning you have sufficient experience to get the most out of the university experience just before major projects and dissertations take over your life in your final year. And second year of university has so far been the best experience of my life so far as it has opened my horizons and myself as a person even further.
Most of the photos seen in this post has been captured on my Samsung Galaxy S4 camera using the stock camera app, some were taken on my iPod Touch (5th gen) for times my phone was depleted of power and a considerable amount were taken on my Nikon D3300 DSLR.
So without further ado here is my second year of university photo diary!
I love taking photographs. Ever since the advent of cameras being integrated into mobile phones I was always fascinated how easy and accessible it was to be able to capture a timeless moment forever straight from your pocket. As the old saying goes “a picture is worth a thousand words”, this photo diary series of posts is a collection of noteworthy photographs to recount memories of a certain time, and in this case my first year of university.
My first year of university was quite the interesting experience as it was the first step in my life to become independent, move out of home and into a town 200 miles away and live in a giant halls of resident with people around my age whom I’ve never met.
Nearly all of the photos seen in this post has been captured on my Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9505) camera using the stock Samsung camera app as well as my iPod Touch (5th gen). This was before I made my big purchase for the Nikon D3300 DSLR camera towards the end of the academic year.