America’s Top Photographer: Synopsis

When I saw the videos, I was intrigued by the videos and how the photographers were taking their photos and that it was a challenge to see who was the best photographer. I was able to tell that while each photographer was going to take pictures of their subject some of the photographers didn’t get Read More…

File Formats

JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group): JPEG files are compressed quickly in the camera and store many images as possible. TIFF (Tagged Image File Format): These formats are usually uncompressed and offers the opportunity of extensive post-processing, they are much larger files. RAW: RAW format will require plenty of memory cards and post processing time, files Read More…

Framing A Subject

I believe I do have strong composition in both of my photos. I only added some saturation to my photos but other than that I didn’t think my photos needed much editing. What I would do differently if shot this assignment again is too take photos outside and too use other different types of framing. Read More…

Surrealism by Salvador Dali

I think that this surrealism are is really interesting to me and I found it the most interesting artwork that Salvador Dali has created. When I saw most of Salvador Dali’s work most of his artwork was really interesting because he would put so many different objects or subjects into one image and his work Read More…

Samantha

5 tips I learned to photograph portraits Always focus on the eyes Shoot in the shade (avoid direct sunlight) Use an existing reflector Include texture Shoot from different angles

Camera Modes

Automatic Mode: Auto mode tells your camera it’s best judgement to select shutter speed, aperture, ISO, etc. to take the best shots. This mode will give you nice results in many shooting conditions. Portrait Mode: This mode will automatically select a large aperture (small number) which helps to keep your background out of focus. Portrait Read More…