Good morning photographers. Nothing new for you today, just more time to work on your motion blur photos. Remember that you need to have 10 photos. While there should be some blur in the shot, there also has to be part of the image in focus. Just play with the shutter speed and use a moving subject like the photo to the left. If you are having trouble, email me! While they aren't due until the end of the day tomorrow, don't wait until the last minute! If you try today and have trouble, email me and I'll try to help. If you wait until the last minute there's no time for help! Have a great day!
Good afternoon everyone. Happy hump day! Hope it's been a good one so far. Yesterday we talked about shooting gray scale shots. We discussed that when shooting for grayscale bright colors aren't important, it's strong contrast. It's difficult to see strong contrast just when looking at things so this is where camera gray scale comes in. I would use it to see contrast. After awhile of shooting your eyes will look at subjects and just naturally see the the contrast even though your looking at it in color. Now that we have talked about shooting in grayscale, I would like you to shoot some gray scale photos. I actually want you to shoot in both color and grayscale. This way you can see for yourself the difference between color and gray scale, just like the room with the bright red curtain in the video from yesterday. So set up for 10 photos, but I want you to shoot a color and gray scale shot of each photo. for a total of 20 pictures. You have time to get these shots though as they are not due until Friday. Seniors, this will be the last project that you have to do! Have a great day today!
Good afternoon class. Hope all is well today. Yesterday we worked on thumbnails for your poster. Today I would like you take your favorite thumbnail and develop it into a rough. This should be full size... the size of a sheet of computer paper. It should have more detail as everything that you'll have on the poster should be on the rough. Take your time and make it look the way you want it to as it will be your blueprint for building the file in Gravit. Don't forget the it has to include a photo of the product so keep this in mind as you build the rough. Let me know if you have any questions! Hope you have a fantastic Tuesday!
BTW... If you missed it yesterday, I made a slide show of some more poster ads that former students have made. Check them out below.