Author Archives: Kevin L.
Shallow Depth Of Field allows us to see the object that is being focused on more clearly while the things surrounding the object is blurred out. In this image of the red car it shows the whole car being focused, … Continue reading
This is an image of a forced perspective shot. Forced Perspective shot allows us to see the image appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than the object is really is. In this image it shows the camera focusing on … Continue reading
I like this picture of freezing motion because of how the shot of the pencil was taken at the exact time the pencil came down horizontally. The pencil was thrown up in the air and while it was coming back … Continue reading
This is an image taken of motion blur. The way this picture came about was tilting the camera side to side causing the picture to look like its spinning. This made the subject in the middle of the blur sharper. … Continue reading
A three point lighting is consist of a fill light, key light and back light. A fill light shines directly on an object from the side angle which eliminates shadows or shaded surfaces from the person face. Key light shines … Continue reading
This is a photograph of Central Park Reservoir in 1998 taken by Michael Kenna. The way this photograph stood out to me is that it is taken from a perspective in front of a fence and leaves but it still … Continue reading