Category Archives: Learning Logs
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
This was made by manually focus on star to get it in focus. The f-stop was 5.6 and the shutter speed was 1/50. The ISO was also on 400. Because the aperture was open, i get that bokeh effect.
I personally love this picture because my partners moving quickly. The camera captured his movement so precise that he looks like a ghost and having the other subjects surrounding him , showing through his figure.
This was one of our first shots taken after realizing that if you move the light too fast, with the wrong exposure, you don’t see much in the photo so we slowed down and set it to 10 seconds. … Continue reading
I like this one because I have some sort energy developing in one hand as if I was in some fantasy world fighting against an enemy. How it was done was I stood there with one hand up while Josh … Continue reading
This image is my personal favorite because it shows a high contrast between the model and the background. The light is almost a perfect line, and it also breaks up so we don’t see a straight line. The model expression … Continue reading
I personally like this picture of me because it portrays the idea my group had in mind. The idea we had is to show a new idea or becoming enlightened. The idea of the bubble is well known seen in … Continue reading
This is my personal favorite. We had one person behind drawing the lights with me posing in the front. The exposure time was 10 seconds. Overall i feel its effective because because of how the entire composition with the … Continue reading