Archive for the 'Digital Photography' Category

10 Portrait Techniques

1. Alter Perspective This photo is taken by looking at the subject from a different perspective. An example of how you could take the photo is by moving around your subject and taking a photo from views that you normally wouldn’t look at such as from above or below. 2. Moving Subject Out of Their […]

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Cyanotype Reflection

-What is the history of this process? When was it invented and by whom?  What did people initially use it for? The process of cyanotypes was made by Sir John Hershal in 1842, he was an english astronomer. He had created the process for the purpose of making/saving blueprints or notes. Many people used this process to […]

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Field Trip Blog Post

-Introduce the field trip-what did we do and where did we go? During Oct 26, 2017, our Digital Photography class had gone into the city to the Hutongs and the Bell Tower to take photos of the people and life there. -What did you enjoy most about the trip? Why? I enjoyed the opportunity in […]

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Aperture Collage

-In your own words, what’s the definition of Aperture and it’s role in the Exposure Triangle? Aperture is the adjustment of the camera lenses which allows the photo to blur out or focus. It changes the depth of field for an image, for example a smaller aperture has a shallow depth of field. The larger […]

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1 Object / 30 Times

The assignment that we had was to bring in an object, and to take 30 photos of the same object while displaying different Principles of Design, as well as Elements of Art. The purpose of this assignment was to show how creative we could be with 1 object and how we could use the things […]

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ISO Collage Blog Post

-In your own words, what’s the definition of ISO and its role in the Exposure Triangle? ISO is the adjustment of the camera lens to light. The higher the ISO is set the more the lens is exposed to light. The exposure triangle includes Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO. Each side of the triangle can […]

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Principles Of Design Reflection

Introduce and define the Principles of Art. The Principles of Design incorporate the Elements of Art in a photograph. The Principles of Design include Balance, Emphasis, Movement, Pattern, Repetition, Rhythm, Variety, Unity, and Contrast. Balance shows the weight of the objects on both sides of the image, and this includes asymmetrical balance where both sides […]

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Burning House Project

Name: Calvin L. Age: 15 Location: Beijing, China Occupation: Student Items Listed: Pikachu Stuffed Animal, Family Photos, Basketball, Laptop, Headphones, Swim Goggles, Speaker, and Guitar. The items that I have included in the picture represent many things that have sentimental value towards myself or represent a characteristic that I have. The Pikachu in the photo […]

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Elements of Art

-Introduce and define the elements of art. There are seven elements of art, the seven are Line, Shape, Forms, Space, Color, Texture, and Value. The way the elements are captured can give you different characteristics or feelings to the piece. Line is any piece of art or photography that includes or incorporates a line into […]

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Black Power Salute

From the “100 Influential Photos of All Time” the one photograph that really speaks to me personally is a photo captioned: “Black Power Salute”. This photograph taken by John Dominis during the 1968 Games in Mexico City, represents the fight for equality in the world for minorities. The photo appeals to me due to the […]

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