So I’m taking a summer class. Between that, VBS rehearsals/prep and getting ready for summer camp, I have been neglecting the good ol’ blog. I did get some nice photo opportunities for this particular class project, so my plan is to write individual posts with some of these soon. (When I stop being both busy and lazy. Who knows how long that will take.) ;-)
Without further ado, here is Portfolio #1, The Color of Light:
I went to the zoo with the above shot in mind. Thankfully, as he was running from grabby children, the peacock obliged and ran where I wanted him to.
Primaries (RGB or CMYK)
So I came up with a fun self-portrait to go with this them, but never had the time to shoot it. It’s coming, though.
Three Different Temperatures of Light
Sunset at Opsail (and Colby) – More pics to come!
Brooke was gracious and let me dress her up wander public places for pictures yet again. This was another nice reminder for me to CHECK MY ISO. I never remember to change it back after I’m shooting a dark interior shot. These had/have a whole passel of noise in them.
Overall I had a hard time mentally with this project. I just didn’t know what to shoot. One thing that struck me was how much of a difference the light/time of day makes as I drove around the same roads at different times of day. It was interesting to see some things I hadn’t noticed in a different light.
Pretty sure I had more words in me for this post, but they seem to have run off. ;-)
What’s your favorite light to shoot in?
All of these are amazing! I’m not a professional or anything but I personally liked sunrise and mid-morning where you see some light but also some dark areas. :)