This week we looked at a few entertainment industry photographers. We also reviewed Anastasia’s picture (below) that she edited with the SELECTIVE ADJUST feature in Snapseed. Homework is posted at the bottom of this post.
By the way… YOUR PICTURES WERE AWESOME THIS WEEK!!!!!!! 😀
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SELECTIVE ADJUST EXAMPLE:
Photographers we looked at this week (I will update with the pictures from our lecture soon):
- Cass Bird
- Joseph Robbins
- Annie Leibovitz
- Find or shoot a BACKGROUND for your green screen project.
- You can find pictures on the internet if you want.
- Internet pictures: Search using Google images and click on SEARCH TOOLS. Click on Large. That way you get the largest pictures possible (and best resolution) for your project.
- Have a GAME PLAN (idea of what you want your picture to look like) ready for our green screen shoot.
- Email me with any questions or concerns about your green screen ideas.
- We will start shooting with a green screen on WEDNESDAY ! Come prepared!
- DOWNLOAD A GREEN SCREEN APP:
1st picture: Properly exposed at F4 or the most OPEN (lowest number) aperture your lens is capable of.
2nd picture: Properly exposed at F5.6
3rd picture: Properly exposed at F7.1 or F8
4th picture: Properly exposed at F11
5th picture: Properly exposed at F22 (or highest number possible with your lens).
Write down your Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO for each image. Bring this with you to class.
I suggest taking these pictures outside or next to a window with lots of natural light. You will need to adjust your shutter speed and possibly your ISO to get the light meter inside your viewfinder to stay on the middle line (correct exposure).