- HW-Exhibit Review
- HW1-photo description
- Learning Logs
- LL1-What makes a great photograph?
- LL2-Composition and Camera Angle
- LL3-Lighting Quality and Direction
- LL4-DOF and Perspective
- LL5-rule of thirds and pattern
- LL6-Portrait Lighting for mood
- LL7-Shutter Speed and Capturing Motion
- LL8-Painting with Light
Category Archives: LL3-Lighting Quality and Direction
This is taken with side lighting. I believe this came out to be a very beautiful picture . The light compliments the yellow of the flower nicely. It also looks the sea anemone from finding nemo.
I chose this picture because i like the way the lighting was captured. This image is expressing a sense of fearfulness because it is showing that the dog is covering his face with his ears which is showing a sense … Continue reading
The lighting is front lighting.
The Lighting of this image is taken with side light . The light gives us more details of the flower such as the bumps and dark areas all around it.
I chose this picture because it shows a different type of perspective of the flower that is being taken. This image captures side light which brings out the texture in showing high contrast. The reason i like this picture because … Continue reading
This is my favorite image that I took because of the silhouette that it creates of the flowers. To create this image, I used a back light and a more diffused light to create this effect. As a graphic … Continue reading
The reason I chose this picture is because I enjoy the opposition of the flowers. One appears larger than the other and you can see how both sides of the flowers look as one has its back towards the … Continue reading
This photo strikes me the most out of the set me and my classmates took. With a diffuse light positioned in the back of the subject, it’s easier to create silhouettes and capture the light along with the darkness of … Continue reading
The light is at right side. Bird’s eye view, High angle, Leading Line, Medium shot, from with frame, and perspectives.
The lighting that was used for this photo was direct lighting and the photo was taken from the side view. This photo consists of a medium shot which has strong shadows on the stems and petals.