(sorry for bad photos I don’t really have any places to go to take pictures)
1.i like this image because of the repeated color of orange. It makes it stand out.
2.i learned how to create a deep depth of field
3. this probably could have been better in more light(idk).
other images i liked:
(it was hard to remove the man without ruining the background.)
in the studio the iso should be at 100 and the shutter speed should be at 1/160
This is an example of rembrandt light and i can tell because there is a light triangle on her left cheek. The light should be at a 45 degree angle facing the subject.
This is an example of split lighting and i know because only one side is lit up while the other half is completely black. The light will go to whatever side you’re lighting up, next to your subject.
This is an example of butterfly lighting and i can tell by the shadow under her nose the ‘butterfly” shape and also cause the lighting is even in the photo. The light will be infront of the subject behind the camera or above the subjects head or eye level.
1.All in all i didn’t like either photo cause each does contain an error but if i had to choose it would probably be the first one.
2.The greatest challenge is coming up with ideas and trying to make the images look more realistic rather than looking like just a cut out and background.Also masking was somewhat hard so some errors are noticeable like the can in the first photo for instance.
3. Two new things i learned is select and masking and how to insert other images to another.
DEEP DEPTH OF FIELD:
SHALLOW DEPTH OF FIELD:
rubric grade: 16/20
1.The hardest part of this assignment was probably coming up with photo ideas because i’m in the same environment.
2. You can control depth of field by zooming in and out/ distance , aperture and focal length
3. The photograph i like most is probably my subject holding the flower out or my subject sitting down and reading i think the colors in those images is what catches my eye.
4. I enjoy taking peoples portraits, i’m pretty sure i do portrait photography in almost all of my assignments.