PLAY WITH YOUR PROBLEMS - FYLC Fall 2016

First Year Learning Community

Author: Jeremy (page 1 of 2)

Color Interaction: Phase 4

Phase1

Phase 2

Phase 3

 

For the most part, I think this project went well. Understanding the color interactions wasn’t too hard so I got the hang of it. The group project we did was pretty fun too, but I wish we got a chance to detail the gingerbread men a little more.

Color Interaction: Phase 3

https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/schmerlerspevackfylcfa16/2016/12/15/color-interaction-phase-3-5/

Group project with Donasia and Ely

Color Interaction: Phase 2

Hours taken: 1 hour

Color Interaction: Phase 1

color-medium colorful-tree-977

I chose both of these images because I really like how each image blends in on it’s own. The first one has a night time sky setting in, with the lights reflecting on the water. The second shows off different colored leaves on the tree, showing that autumn is beginning.

Color Harmony: Phase 2

proportional-inventory

CONCEPT ART, ANGER, INSIDE OUT, 2015

Work time: 1 Hour

Color Harmony: Phase 1

colortocolor

This picture of a cat does a good job of color to color progression because of the different colors of its fur. It starts off with a dark-ish brown tint, to gradually getting lighter to a natural light.

shade

Because of the shadows, the leaves in the background; as well as the top areas of the tree, become darker and blends in with each other showing off Shade progression.

tint

This displays tint progression since the hood of the car goes from black to a white tint.

Saturation Studies: Phase 3

Me and Kofi worked on this together. Took about 2 hours

Me and Kofi worked on this together.
Took about 2 hours

Value-Added Portraits: Phase 3

High key portrait:

20161102_133650-2

Low key portrait:

20161102_133312-2

Hours taken: 2 hours

Midterm Grade Post

From these projects, I learned how to make better use of high key and low key portraits in photos. I think if I had something I could have improved on, it would probably be interacting with my peers more on the projects so I can learn from them. I also believe I could have taken better photos for the first part of the project to better emphasis the difference between high key and low key portraits.

Project 1

 

Project 2

 

Project 3

Value-Added Portraits: Phase 2

Low key

20161031_120009

High key

20161031_120016

Hours taken: 2

 

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