I didn’t have enough time to take a photo I wanted. These compositions are not good enough to add lots of texts. During this session I learned a lot by observing others while they were working on different subject with different light setting based on their need.
Photographs of Stonewall and Beyond by Fred W. McDarrah, featuring Fred W. Mc Darrah’s images of the initial Stonewall uprising, Portrait of figures in the LGBT rights movement and pride marches and protests.
I really enjoyed visiting that exhibition. The most interesting part was audience engagement in the exhibition. As you can see in the photo There was a station that people could write their stories and stories were part of the exhibition.
Those photos were very attractive that were telling a story visually. I wish I could see The Voice of the Village as well.
That was a really interesting experience and learning process. I learned how to use light and shadow to create different moods and meanings and of course about using different light sources.
The result of “High-key” lighting is low contrast and soft shadows as you can see in first and last photos.
I like my second photo but the result happened accidentally. I am not sure if we can call this high-key or not!
The result of “Low-Key” with black background, represents the feeling of mystery in the third photo.
In general I can see that my photos are too dark.
That was a great opportunity learning about atmospheric night portrait . I learned how to use flash, based on the result I want to achieve. It was very hard to change aperture, iso, and shutter speed and adjust the flash light, then I decided not to change any of those except aperture. I am not satisfied with colors and need to lean more about that.
I’ve been more motivated and inspired since my Photoville visit. I was very exited and I’d rather watch than take photos. Here are two of photos that caught my eyes based on what I’m learning in class. In first photo: the concept is very obvious without reading the description. Also I see background, mid ground, and foreground are shown by focusing on the middle objects.
Second photo: I was analyzing this photo by looking at light and shadow, where the light comes from? what time of the day this photo is taken? what type of light is seen in his face? Is there any other light source? and more…