My final project is on Anansi whom is considered the god of wisdom. His origins are of the African decent and had become popular and spread through Caribbean culture as well. He had so much of an influence that he ended up premiering in Static Shock an animated series about an African American super hero. If this African god had to be compared to anyone, Loki of Norse mythology would be a great comparison. So this also states that Anansi was a Trickster god whom enjoyed tricks and often shape shifted. His most popular form was a spider.
The focus of my magazine cover was bartending.
This picture is dope af!!!
Photo 1 – Background lighting
Photo 2 – Edge lighting
Photo 3 – Clam shell lighting
Photo 4 – Hair lighting
These apples are the highlight of this semester.Fully in frame, very little negative space and, the water droplets.
I believe this is my strongest photo for the week because it displays the flower directly in the middle and highlights the orange of the pedals.
This is a photo using the panning motion. You can clearly see the car while the background is blurred. The shutter speed was 1/30 and made it a little difficult for me to capture just the clear image of the van.
I feel as though this is my strongest picture because it has a full view of the subject while showing contrast between the light and dark causing a very dramatic effect. This is comparable to that of an album cover.
This portrait not only shows my subject but also uses magnificent lighting. The focal point is my subject with very little in the background allowing one to focus on the center. The dark colors from the outfit contrast well with the background adding more depth to this image.