For Portraiture I, the students were asked to choose a historical or contemporary portrait photograph or a classical portrait painting and to try to recreate that portrait. Easier said than done, but they did a great job! Can you guess which images they were recreating?
For their first foray into tabletop photography with strobes, the Commercial I students were asked to create a photograph that emphasized texture.
Today, the first year students got their first taste of working with the studio strobes in my Commercial I class. (We had a little bit of fun with some gold doubloons).
The final project in Camera Techniques II was to photograph a portrait using at least one external flash. Overall I was very pleased with the results and I received some great images.
In Camera Techniques II, the students were recently tasked with using the tilt/shift lenses to make a full scale scene look “miniature”. They also were given an assignment to create a still life scene and photograph it with the aid of an external flash. I received some great images for both assignments, here are a few of the highlights.
This week in Camera Techniques II, we learned about advanced flash features such as Multi-Mode and Slow Speed Sync. Check out some of the fun we had practicing with “stroboscopic” style photography (multiple flashes over the course of one exposure.)
Ninja Mr. P
Evan’s Irish Jig
Many Headed Marcy
Multi armed Janelle
Kelli’s Dance Party