Category Archives: LL5-Lighting Direction

Lighting Direction

I like this photo because of the different shades of yellow created from light and dark. The color of the pedal starts to brighter from bottom right towards the top left. This would also be an extreme close up photo … Continue reading

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Salona

  I like this photo because of the high contrast. I think the brightness of the yellow is really beautiful and I like how the background is very dark matching the middle of the sunflower.

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Lighting

The lighting on these sunflowers is front lit. It’s front lit because there isn’t mush shadow on the sunflowers. The composition of this is in rule of thirds.

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Learning Log:Light

This is my favorite Photograph. The light shines from the top right corner to produce this dramatic effect. The top flower is overwhelmed in light while the bottom one is submerged in darkness. This Photo is a close up, which … Continue reading

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Lighting

  This is my favorite Photograph. The way the side light hits the pedals and make the colors go from light to dark, and making the shadows pop out. This Photo is an extreme close up, which changes the actual … Continue reading

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Lighting Direction – Tenzin Kalden

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.

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Lighting

I really like the contrast of light and dark in this image. The darkness of the background really emphasized the color on the flower.

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Lighting Direction

from todays class this is my single best lighting direction photograph. This picture was taken with a black background with side light. What I like about this photo is hat you can see the light going through the leaves and … Continue reading

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Lighting Direction – Chris Gabriel

This sunflower was shot using an extension┬átube with soft lighting. I feel it’s my best photo only because it shows the details of the petals more so than the center of the the flower. This flower is a flower

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Ramos- Lighting Direction

What I like about this photo is that although there is still very little color here it is still a silhouette and makes an odd shape where it doesn’t look like 2 flowers  

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