Author Archives: Tenzin Kalden
First a flash and a photograph of me was taken, and after that my group members came with a red torch covered with a red transparent paper, which that group member moved that torch around the area where I was … Continue reading
For this photograph we use two main light on the both side of Ivan as it shows high key, and I took the photograph from a high point of view with a wide angle distortion which came to fruition with … Continue reading
This photo of Ferdinand was taken with short lighting by placing the light on the side of the invisible ear, which create a light and dark composition and also making the portrait look more dramatic.
This photograph is taken over a white background with side light floodlight from left with diffusion, the background appears to be gray because the sunflower is far away from the white background with the light on side of the sunflower.
ICP is holding Sebastiao Salgados gallery called Genesis which is his series of black and white pictures on global issues. As soon as I walked in and got my ticket from the counter a few steps from the counter you … Continue reading
The distance between the nearest and the farthest point that appear in sharp focus of a subject or and object of a photograph is called depth of field. I got this shallow depth of field picture of the size … Continue reading
From all the hundred of pictures we took at the class trip to the Brooklyn Bridge park, I like this the most as it shows pattern and the close up makes it more intense then its suppose to be which … Continue reading
From the group pictures that were taken today at class I chose this picture as it’s taken in low angle as we can see the bottom of the chair. It is a close up picture of the chair, and … Continue reading
http://dawoudbey.net/index.php/photographs/harlem-usa/ Twins Shoe Repair Shop, 1976 from his Harlem, USA photograph gallery, photographed by Dawoud Bey. As stated in his project statement Dawoud has never lived in Harlem, but the photographs that he took of the people in Harlem were … Continue reading