Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Sport Pic.

Focal length of lens -EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM zoom
Shutter Speed -shot at 1/640
What is the effect of shooting at this shutter speed? to capture fast movement
Aperture-What is the effect (Depth of field) of shooting at this aperture?f/2.8 is a lower depth of field making less things focused
Position - I would imagine that the photographer is on the sideline close to the end zone, near the pylon.

Thursday, October 11, 2007

9/11 Composition

Framing- This picture is a good example of filling the frame,
and lines leading to the subject(Newspaper man) while
still having the building stand out but not take too much
attention away from the Newspaper man.
Avioding Mergers- This picture is a very good picture but it could easily
be improved by getting a different angle, trying to take this guys shoulder out of the picture.

Lines- This picture stands out very well because of the lines,which is whats left of the twin towers.

Balance- This picture balances out because, the poster board is balanced out by Osama Bin Laden being hanged.

The rule of thirds-This picture is great, the background doesn't take away from the real subject, the man which stands out, placing him in one of the rule of thirds intersections.

Simplicity- This picture is just simple.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

After Printing Post

1. I took my negative strip and cleaned it with, Photo Flo, and then wiped it down with, photo napkins.
2. I then put the specific photo I wanted in the photo Enlarger.
3. I then focused my image on a plain piece of paper, then used the focus mirror thing to obtain the best focus possible.
4. I set the aperture, which is the lighting to a dim, not so bright.
5. I then took a piece of photo paper, ripped it so I can get a test strip, and added different amounts of light to achieve the best picture possible.
6. I then made my light exposure to 5 sec. and put my picture through the proper developing procedures.

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Masters of black and white photography

This Picture was taken by Irving Penn, named "Three Asaro Mud Men"

This picture was taken by William Klein, "Broadway and 103rd Street"

This picture was taken by Garry Winogrand Austin, Texas 1974