Assignments

Fill Flash Outside (Photo 1)
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HDR Landscape: I think I didn’t do too bad with my HDR Landscape photo even though taking HDR photos are not my strongest trait. With the help of Ms. Cauchon I was able to get my final product of my HDR photo. With her advice I was able to create this HDR photo, without it, I am not sure if this HDR photo would be decent. Before I began this assignment, I already had a general HDR photo idea I wanted to take and it came out better than I thought. I thought this photo would be a lot more difficult to take because it was in front of the school. Getting out was the easy part, but I thought getting back in would be a lot harder, but it went smoother than I thought. Having the company of my friend Emmanuel also made this process go a lot smoother than I expected. I truly think I didn’t do as bad as I thought I would have been. With the right creative mindset I was able to achieve taking several photos for this assignment. With the proper advice I was able to achieve a final product photo that can be posted on my blog. This is not my strongest photo I have ever taken, but it’s going to help me get better at taking HDR landscape photos. Taking HDR photos will never be my strongest trait within my photography career.
Light Painting Portrait (Photo 1)
Light Painting Portraits (Photo 2)
5 New Photos (Photo 1)
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Favorite Teacher Photo 1 (Ms. Lopez)
Photo 2 (10 tips to good flash photography: 1. Bounce the light 2. Mount the flash 3. Don’t aim the flash directly at them 4. Use more than one flash 5. Make your model so some poses 6. High speed flash 7. Use TTL technology 8. Use colored flash gels 9. Take more than one photo 10. Diffuse your flash)
Social/Political Issue Poster (Police Brutality)
Double Color Exposure
Screen Printing (Photo 1)
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Studio Portraits with Strobes and Gels (Photo 1)
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Block Print
David Hockney
Low Key Lighting Portrait 1
Low Key Portrait 2
Cut and Paste Collage
Mirror Imagery
Man v. Nature
Depth of Field
Depth of Field
Depth of Field
Image Projection
Camera Experiences: Aperture: f/32 Shutter Speed: 1/60 ISO: 800
Camera Experiences: Aperture: f/29 Shutter Speed: 1/80 ISO: 3200
Camera Experiences: Aperture: f/32 Shutter Speed: 1/60 ISO: 3200