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.
Last night, Gwinnett Tech hosted “Science Works” as part of the Atlanta Science Festival. We helped the participants create photos using a technique called “Painting with Light” that involves using long exposures and a variety of fun light sources (flashlights, lightsabers, etc.). Thanks to everyone who stopped by to give it a try, we hope you had fun!
(P.S. If you look closely you will be able to spot Beeker and Dr. Bunsen from the Muppets as well as Chopper from the Gwinnett Braves!)
A few of our second year students recently had the opportunity to photograph the campus police officers in our studio. Check out some behind the scenes action courtesy of Rory Watts.