portrait photography tips

  1. lighting
  2. curtains can diffuse the natural lighting
  3. a story behind the picture
  4. using a reflector the picture may not always have a great result
  5. see how the lighting changes of an object
  6. take a picture of the sunset sunrise or blue hour
  7. try and use the lighting that is already available and keep it simple
  8. the lighting is more intense in the middle of the day it makes the contrast and shadows more pronounced
  9. handmade lamps would make magnificent effects
  10. you can shoot a raw picture and it would be easier to fix later on

critique

  1. gorgeous
  2. flowers
  3. sky
  4. Lili
  5. curls
  6. blonde
  7. blue
  8. betty
  9.  mountains
  10. queen
  11. yellow
  12. poppy’s
  13. orange
  14. dress
  15. flowy
  16. puffy

portrait

collage

I chose these pictures for my collage because it shows some things I like. most of them are from Riverdale. besides that it shows some of my favorite books. my favorite holiday and some other movies/shows I like. the gingerbread is kind of from Shrek. the background I chose it because it symbolizes the smoke from the background of Riverdale. it shows some of other shows like Sabrina from Sabrina the teenage witch. This collage represents me because of the things that I like the most. From the shows and books that I love reading a lot of times. Most of the thing I put are things that I like.

frame

mode- manual aperture-f/8 ISO- 400 lens length- f/ 3.5-5.6 focal- 55.00 mm

mode- manual aperture- f/8 ISO- 400 Lens Length- f/ 3.5- 5.6 Focal-55.00 mm

I used manual mode for both of the photos. I used manual mode because I found it easier to use and so I can focus the lens on my own. I think I did have a strong composition on the photos. I think I edited the photos pretty well. I like how I made one with color and the black and white. They both have a different picture on my phone. I think the things I would different if i shot this assignment again I would use a different frame and shot something else. i think my photo’s shouldn’t be in the blog home page because they don’t look as good as all the other photos in the photo classes.

action motion

mode- action aperture- f/8 shutter speed- 1/3200 sec ISO-400 lens length- f/3.5-5.6 focal- 55.00 mm

mode- action aperture- f/9 shutter speed- 1/3200 sec ISO- 400 lens length- f/3.5-5.6 focal- 55.00 mm

mode- action aperture- f/20 shutter speed- 1/4 sec ISO- 400 lens length- f/3.5-5.6 focal- 20.00 mm

mode- action aperture- f/22 shutter speed- 1/4 sec ISO- 400 lens length- f/3.5-5.6 focal- 20.00mm

file formats

JPEG-  They are essentially used to store as many pictures.

TIFF- it has a lot bigger and takes up space.

RAW- it requires a lot of memory cards.

DNG- it was created by adobe. its offered as a raw file.

PNG- this format was designed in the 90’s. It is ideal for the use in the internet.

GIF- its is also a ideal use on the internet. they offer to keep the transparency.

BMP- this format was invented by Microsoft. it provides a high-quality digital file.

PSD- this format gives a far by greater flexibility. you can add separate layers. once it is flatten it merges the layers.

camera angles

mode: manual

aperture: f/8

shutter speed: 1/1250 sec

ISO:400

lens length: f/3.5-5.6

focal: 55.00 mm

mode: manual

aperture: f/8

shutter speed: 1/1250 sec

ISO:400

lens length: f/3.5-5.6

focal: 55.00 mm

mode: manual

aperture: f/8

shutter speed: 1/2500 sec

ISO:400

lens length: f/3.5-5.6

focal: 55.00 mm

mode: manual

aperture: f/8

shutter speed: 1/2500 sec

ISO:400

lens length: f/3.5-5.6

focal: 55.oo mm

 

camera modes

Manual- with this mode you have full control over the camera. You can get your shots on how you wish.

Automatic- it tells your camera on how to get the best judgement. It gives you a nice result.

Portrait- it chooses the largest aperture. It keeps your background out of focus.

Macro- it lets you take close up pictures. You wouldn’t want to have the flash on when taking a close up picture.

Landscape- it makes sure that the picture your taking is being focus as much as possible.

Action- it works with moving objects.

Night- this mode uses a longer shutter speed to capture some details in background but it also uses the flash to illuminate the subject.

Movie- this mode captures still and moving images.