During this photoshoot, our class was asked to capture the essence of a flower using light and direction. This photo taken by one of my group members is a brief representation of how placement of light can have a different impact on the object. Placing the light right in front of the flower made the background more white, making the flower the most prominent thing in the photograph. The flower was placed in the center of the table to create a more up close and focused photo. This particular flower was interesting to me because as you get closer you notice the details of each of the petals and some sort of orange substance all around the inside of the flower.
- HW-Exhibit Review
- HW1-photo description
- Learning Logs
- LL1-What makes a great photograph?
- LL2-Composition and Camera Angle
- LL3-Composition-Pattern, Angle and the Rule of Thirds
- LL4-Lighting Direction
- LL5-Portrait Lighting
- LL6-Portrait Lighting for mood
- LL7-Shutter Speed and Capturing Motion
- LL8-Painting with Light