PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS

  1. Try to keep the sun behind your subject.
  2. Avoid open shade as it gives little dimension and looks rather flat, and look for light patches to place your subject
  3. Try to keep the sun behind your subject (even when it seems directly overhead).
  4. Avoid open shade as it gives little dimension and looks rather flat, and look for light patches to place your subject in.
  5. Steer clear of dappled light unless you are going for a specific look, as it is difficult to expose for.
  6. have your subjects tilt their heads skyward or use something that reflects light back to their faces.
  7. indoors, use windows to either backlight your subject or light them directly
  8. to shoot outdoor portraits is when the sun’s not shining from above but from the side—either morning or evening.
  9. When using a reflector, avoid lighting the model from below.
  10. When working with natural light, it is very important to have patience and the will to experiment.

portrait

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smile, graduation, beauty, back ground, wood, cap, gown,

collage

For my collage My very first one I choose was Netflix because I like watching movies and shows on their when I’m bored. Just like one of my favorite shows which is on my block. Also I know SpongeBob is not on Netflix but its also one of my favorite shows to watch. I also like watching it is because SpongeBob and Gary are my favorite characters.

Another thing I put in my collage is stich. stich is one of my favorite because I love the movie and the stuff animal and also its because he cute. another thing I choose was a challenger. I choose a challenger because its one of my favorite cars and one of my dream cars. Also, I put a person drawing because I like to draw for fun especially when I’m bored.

another thing I put in my collage is a picture of auras because ever since they showed us that in elementary I loved how they look. Also another thing I choose was a microphone because I like to sing. another thing I put in my collage is a basketball because I like to play basketball and I want to play for my school next year. so the last four which is a Jordan shoe because it one of the shoes I want to get. The last three which is a picture of my family’s dog which I put him because I like how he looks his name is jacks and he is really playful. The last two is my favorite colors and stones the stones I love them because I like how they look and I love how they mean different meanings and my favorite colors are all different kind of blues.

Fram

  1. what camera metering mode I use was AV because i wanted my images to come out sharp.
  2. yes because my images are sharp.
  3. I edit them pretty good trying to make my subject pop out more then the background.
  4. what I would do differently is I would shoot in better spots then what i did now.
  5. I think my photos should be posted on the photo blog because I have good ideas but I wouldn’t say I’m better then any other students.

 

Action and Motion

First to capture motion is you must use a slow shutter speed. you see, the reason for motion blur is simply that your camera’s shutter remains open for an amount  period of time. you get motion blur when your shutter speed is long, where as you freeze the action when your shutter speed is short. If your shutter speed is too fast you’re not going to capture much movement. But if you use the right shutter speed you won’t need your subject to move much at all before you start to see blur. theirs two types of motion have your subject move and have your camera move.

As you know, the shutter speed is good at achieving a beautiful blurred. Even small changes will have a big impact upon your shot so you should use a camera mode that gives you full control over your camera’s shutter. You have two options. First, you can switch your camera to full Manual mode. It’ll work well, and it’s a good idea for more experienced photographers. but in Manual mode, you’ll also need to select your aperture and ISO. The longer the speed, the more light that will get into your camera, and the brighter your photos will be. If you’re shooting in Shutter Priority, your camera will actually narrow the aperture for you. As soon as it detects a slow shutter speed, it’ll close down the aperture and deliver a well-exposed shot. You can adjust your ISO in Manual mode or Shutter Priority mode, so simply dial in a low ISO such as 100 and watch as your exposure decreases.