Wednesday, October 19, 2011

B&W Photographers 3

1. I really like Harry Callahan's style when I first saw his stuff. It was when I saw the baby Photo that I really knew that he was unique and cool and stuff.
 a) The Chairs
I see chairs everywhere
I smell the sweet, tender scent of dead leaves
I hear children asking their mothers why those strange men had all of those chairs
I taste Autumn air
I feel lost and uneasy
b) The Baby
I see a small child on a black fabric
I smell workshop scents and babys
I hear a crying baby
I taste sawdust
I feel kinda depressed

3. This

I'm so Funny

Jerry decides that hats are too mainstream for him.
Jerry learned his lesson about making bets with an acupuncturist.
George discovers that noses CAN be like Capri Sun packets.
After 2 long months, George, the acupuncturist, won that bet against his buddy, Jerry that he could actually could put his finger through his nose.
Billy pisses his pants after seeing his dad's friend, George stick his finger through his nose
Billy just couldn't hold it anymore, dad's steps were worse than driving over speed bumps.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Frog in the Rain HDR

I chose this photo because i really liked the way the light looked against the water.In this picture, the photographer used Lines, Balance, and Simplicity.

HDR Photography

1. What do you have to do on the camera to make this type of photo?
Auto Exposure Bracketing
2. Look up a Canon T3 on google and tell me if it has the ability to shoot bracketed photos?
3. Is there a place on campus we could take a series of photos like this?
In the hall, in the courtyard
4. Do a google image search for HDR photos and find your favorite, post it on your blog, tell me why you picked that photo and then tell me what techniques (rules of photography) the photographer used.

Instagram Story

1. What theme that we could take here at school could we do a series of these panels to place around the school?
2. Should we use phones only, or should we open it up to our regular cameras for those people that don't have camera phones?
Phones, cameras, drawings, any medium of expression
3. Where would you want to put the mural on campus?
Anywhere it'll fit.

Best Photo

ISO: 6400
Shutter Speed: 1/500 F-stop: 5.6 Distance: 7ft Focal Length: 37.0mm Lighting: Indoors

Fixed Photo Shoot Post shoot reflection

1. What did you learn about the camera when you took these photos?
It's difficult to get the settings just right

Look at the photos you took, they are located here:
Jstudents > (your period) > TRIAL PRACTICE SHOOT > (folder with your name on it). 
Make sure you view the photos as Extra Large Icons to see them fully.

2. What do you notice about all the photos and the way they look?
They all look like paint samplers

3. Can you tell the difference between each ISO? Explain how.
We all shot with the same ISO... I guess we weren't supposed to do that

4. What does this tell you about ISOs and what it does when you change it when you take pictures.
Nothing, we did it wrong

5. What about focus? Can you see a difference in the photos? Tell me what differences and similarities you see.
Focus was fine,it was generally the same throughout.

6. Post the best photo you took on your blog. Make sure to label the following things: ISO, Shutter Speed, F-stop, Distance, Focal Length, Lighting.

7. What do you need to concentrate on when you go out to shoot next time when you have to shoot in Manual setting?
The shutter speeds