Category Archives: Learning Logs
These 4 photos were my choice throughout the Final project, which is why I printed them. The color cast here is probably due to the images still being in Prophoto RGB. I will explain each image and why I’ve taken … Continue reading
I like how the light comes down from the flash and hits George in the face giving a serious look. I also like how his face is slightly facing down which pairs nicely with the diagonal lines on the brick … Continue reading
I chose this photo because it’s the best example of what we did in class with the use of light and even though it was a little bright but it took all that light away and it’s just focused on … Continue reading
We shot this photo of Professor Giuliani in the student gallery where we were having issues with too much light so we moved the fill light at 45 degree and had the reflector behind her which gave this beautiful short … Continue reading
This is one of my best pictures i took today during the class where there is a split light and it’s not too bright and not too dark. I had my model faced to me and had him smile. one … Continue reading
For this photo I set the camera to 1/125 with an iso of 100 and external flash at 1/8 power. This photo is a good example of broad light where Enan is facing ¾ view, but looking directly at the … Continue reading
This is one of the best photos i took today in class where my model is looking somewhere else and the camera is focusing only on him and the background looks great.
This is a great photo for Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde. In this photo we set the shutter speed to ten seconds and we used the external flash light with two different color gel to capture his two sides. The … Continue reading
I like this photo of short light. The light lands on the far side and the closer side of the face is in shadow making it appear smaller.
I chose this photo as my favorite because i really enjoyed the effect that the split light gave to the picture. I love the dramatic effect.