link to google drive:
link to google drive:
I duplicated all my photos to make a new photo thats why they say copy. To answer the questions I am going to use the photos number. I hope ha makes sense.
Link to google folder with photos under ‘spring portfolio’.
My photos wont upload but I have my rubric grading and why I did it.
I chose to do the shutter speed assignment again, because I enjoy using different shutter speeds, and light writing. These photos are fun to edit and take because you never know exactly what will come out.
A/I: 20 I followed the theme and turned in photos
Q/T: 20 All the photos are edited
C/D: 20 each photo shows compositional design
C/C: 20 Each photo is unique and different
Link to google folder with photos under ‘mulligan’.
I am redoing the shutter speed assignment. I really enjoyed light writing, and blurred motion, and will also do motion capture. I want to use new techniques I know now to make successful shutter speed photos.
A/I: 20, I submitted more than the required amount of edited photos
Q/T: 18, One of the photos is over exposed
C/D: 20, Each photo has a compositional design to it
C/C: 20, the photos show an artistic style and match the requirements of the assignment
Philippe Halsman was born May 2, 1906 in Riga, Latvia and died June 25, 1979, in New York. He grew up in Latvia taking vacations all around Europe, and became familiar with the portraits and paintings in the museum. When he was fifteen e found his love for photography. Philippe favored portraits, and photographed his friends and family. He went to college in Germany to study engineering, then moved to Paris to finish his studies. Near the end of his school life he abandoned it to become a photographer. HIs first real job as a photographer was for an aspiring actor that needed a portfolio for auditions. This showed Philippe that he had made the right decision, and showed him how different light shows different moods. He later used a gadget that cut shutter speed in half so his models wouldn’t look as stiff. He liked showing peoples real personality in his photos. Philippe married his apprentice and had a daughter. When WW2 started they left for New York. He continued his photography in the States. He ended up making at least 101 covers for life magazine. His ‘Jump Book’ is a collection of famous people jumping. He discovered that when an adult jumps it removes their mask and shows their real personality. The most important thing to him was to make the subject comfortable and forget the camera, to get to know them.
“Autobiography.” Philippe Halsman, philippehalsman.com/halsman/autobiography/.
Magazine, Resource. “Winter 2011-Feature-Philippe Halsman.” YouTube, YouTube, 17 Oct. 2011, www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIcJA3LKMX4.
tvclassics. “Philippe Halsman Talks with Leonard Nimoy (1973).” YouTube, YouTube, 31 Oct. 2010, www.youtube.com/watchv=ITMrpgSZV8o.
Fernandel, the Frenchman 1953
Frank Sinatra 1944
Professor Einstein at his study in Princeton 1947
the British filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock 1974