assignment 11

 

rubric grade: 12/20

1.Shooting from different angles improves your images by giving more of an interesting perspective to a viewer.

2. My most successful is probably the flowers because i feel it was a good example of worms eye and it was clear and clean or when my subject was near the building looking down.

3.if i could change anything about this assignment probably just timing i always feel rushed so i always end up treating photographing more as a assignment then fun.

Activity 11

1.Birds eye

This is an example of birds eye perspective and the strength or what stood out to me in this image is the vibrance of the hot air balloon and some of the colorful grass in contrast with the mostly bland looking green landscape. Another thing was how small the car, house and people are.

2. Worms eye

This is an example of worms eye perspective and what stood out to me is of course the different colors of the building that make the image more lively and of course just the perspective in general; the buildings look very stretched/long.

3.Eye level is the least engaging because eye level is how everyone already views life so its nothing very different or special and when you take a photograph you want the person viewing it to see something in a different perspective that will captivate them.

4. When you’re outside you should always be respectful and responsible. The main goal when photographing outside is to be on task and take good photos. You should not be wandering around, be out of your boundary points, and last but not least be disruptive.

Assignment 10

Simplicity:

 

Forced perspective:

Combination:

simplicity and i think maybe asymmetrical balance or rule of thirds

symmetrical and simplicity (my image for this assignment got deleted from my camera so i got to use this)

rubric grade : between 6-12 failing yet approaching somewhat.

activity 10

1.Compositional guideline- Simplicity

2.QOL: Diffused light

3. What makes this photograph successful is how plain the background is so that your attention will be drawn to the bird.

1.Compositional guideline- Simplicity

2.QOL: Direct light

3. What makes this image successful is how the background is pretty much black so its plain and lets you focus on the subject and its complimenting the color of the leaves.

  1. Compositional guideline: Forced perspective
  2. QOL: Diffused light
  3. What makes this image successful is how it’s forcing us to believe the building is flat when in reality it isn’t.

1.Compositional guideline- Forced perspective

2.QOL: Direct light

3. What makes this photo successful is how the giraffe appears to have 3 heads at first glance (until you stare at it a little more closely) making this a good example of forced perspective.

assignment 9

rubric grade: 6 or 12

  1. I feel as though i’m staying in the same place. I don’t think i’m really improving but more or so like i’m just staying at the same achievement level.
  2. i think the best framing photo is the one where my subject is framed by the tree because i like how clear it came out and how its a clear example of framing.
  3. My favorite leading line photo is probably the trees cause i like the repetition and color of the trees.

 

activity 9

FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHY:

1-The compositional guideline for both if these images is frame.

2-The quality light for both of these images is diffused/soft.

3-What makes these images successful is the clear visual of framing and the captures are nice

LEADING LINE PHOTOGRAPHY-

1-The compositional guideline for both of these images is line

2- The quality of light for the first image is silhouette and the quality of light for the second image is direct light.

3- What makes these images successful is the visual of the leading line because its very noticeable in the image.

 

 

 

 

 

shutter speed: activity 8

FREEZE ACTION-

PANNING-

LIGHT WRITING-

MOTION BLUR-

RUBRIC GRADE: 12/20

  1. I BELIEVE IM PRETTY COMFORTABLE WITH TV MODE BUT NEED MORE TIME TO ADJUST.
  2. SHUTER SPEED AFFECTS OUTR IMAGES BECAUSE IT DEPENDS ON THE QUALITY AND CLEARNESS DEPENDING ON WHAT YOUR TRYING TO CAPTURE.
  3. IM MOST HAPPIEST WITH PROBABLY MY PANNING BECAUSE THE CAR CAME OUT PRETTY CLEAR WHILE THE REST IS BLURRY.
  4. I COULD IMPROVE ON MY WORK BY PROBABLY FINDING MORE INTERESTING THINGS.

shutter speed activity

 

This is an example of a slow shutter speed and i think a tripod was used.

This is an example of a fast shutter speed and i don’t think a tripod was used.

This is an example of panning and i think maybe a tripod wasn’t used but it’s possible.

This is an example of light writing and a tripod was used.

7:rule of 3rds & balance

SYMMETRICAL:

reflection: QOL is diffused and i used the crop and highlight tool.

ASSYMMETRICAL:

Reflection: QOL appears to be direct and two tools  used was temp. and exposure.

RULE OF THIRDS:

reflection: I think the QOL was also direct in this photo and two tools i used were exposure and contrast.

 

rubric grade: 12 because i didn’t have all pictures