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  • Synopsis

    The two episode we watched of Americas Top Photographer were really interesting. I learned that there is so much to photography that i never knew about. Before watching this show I never understood the importance of editing a photo and having the right lighting when taking a picture. I also did not know that too […]

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  • File Formats

    JPEG- This file format is best used for image file format. It is used for digital cameras and provides a digital output for cameras. It has small files, so it doesn’t take up much room on a memory card. TIFF- This file is for larger files. It will take up more space on storage. This […]

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  • Framing a Subject

    I think my image has good composition because it has a focus on the hands but also on Woody behind. I edited my photo alright because I was not really sure how to use color in my photo. If i were to shoot this assignment again i would probably start off the picture with so good color in the picture to begin with. I don’t think my photo deserves to be on the blog page because I could do better it is a nice picture and one of my favorite but i think there are better pictures then mine.
    This photo has good composition because it focuses on the center object and it stands out. I really liked how i edited my photo because I was able to darken around the frame and the bottom to make it appear more like in depth i found that really cool. If i were to redo this assignment i would add some more color because it looks a little boring. I think it does belong on the blog just because the frame for this photo was good well for me when i image a frame i see depth that’s why i think it is good.
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  • Camera Modes

    Automatic Modes- This mode will give you nice results, but this mode will guess how you want your picture since you din give it any information. It sets the best shutter speed, aperture, ISO, flash, white balance, and it will focus to get the best shot. Portrait Mode- This mode will automatically select your aperture […]

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  • Read & Write: Lenses

    What I learned from the reading was that there are there are different lenses for different types of pictures. The wide wider angle is better for tighter areas such as caves and small room or closer objects. But wider lenses are better for landscape photos. This lens allows the camera to get the full wide […]

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  • Conceptual Self Portrait

    Aperture: 1.7 Shutter Speed: 1/121 ISO: 64
    I chose this image as my self conceptual portrait because I feel like it represents me. I really enjoy roller coaster and I feel like my life is like a roller coaster. There are some ups and some down but at the end of the day it comes to and end a stop and that’s when the ride has ended but it start up once again the next day. The colors in this picture I really like because it give off a good and happy feeling like excitement and that how I feel. This is why I chose this to represent me.
    This image has to be one of my favorite by Cindy Sherman. I think it’s just such a unique photo and to me it is funny. The detail in the face really add to the photo as well as the black and white contrast. The main focus is on her face and you can really focus on that because it is close up. This is my favorite picture from Cindy Sherman.
    Untitled A 1975 Cindy Sherman born 1954 Presented by Janet Wolfson de Botton 1996 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/P11437
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  • Alternative Camera Angles

    Aperture: 1.7
    Shutter Speed: 1/2994
    ISO: 25
    Aperture: 1.7
    Shutter Speed: 1/2075
    ISO: 25
    Aperture: 1.7
    Shutter Speed: 1/3401
    ISO: 25
    Aperture: 1.7
    Shutter Speed: 1/2481
    ISO:25
    This image shows an angle. The angle shown is from below but it is a tilt from below. I really like this picture because it shows everything and it has a lot of detail. This image is of an angle called Dutch Angle/Tilt. I hot this image from online, https://www.polarprofilters.com/blogs/polarpro/filmmaking-101-types-of-camera-shots-and-angles.