Thursday, June 15, 2017

Assignment that I am most proud of

The product that I am most proud of is my Who Am I Video Project. I am most proud of this project because I feel like this video shows people who I am. I am also proud of this because I spent lots of time and effort on this project to make sure it was good quality. I made sure it was a video that shows who I am, not just a slideshow with music behind it. This project impacted my learning because it helped me work independently and work on time management. I had to spend lots of time at home looking for pictures, so I had to make sure I spent my time in class focused on the project.

Most memorable experiances

One of my most memorable experiences from the semester was working with pinhole photography. This was memorable because this was a topic that was very interesting to me. Before we did this project, I had no idea how a photo could be transferred onto a piece of paper. I was very curious and it was very interesting to see how it happened. This project was also memorable because I got to work in the dark room. It was very interesting to see how the chemical s turned the blank piece of paper into a photograph. This impacted my learning because I learned how to be patient while working in the darkroom. I also practiced working with others while taking the pinhole pictures.

Another memorable experience I had was doing the levitation photography photoshop project. This was memorable to me because it was the first time I got to work with photoshop. Photoshop was always something that interested me, so doing this project was very interesting and exciting. I spent a lot of time and effort on my levitation photos because they were very important to me, and I enjoyed working on them. This project helped me with working independently because I had to solve photoshop problems by myself. This also helped me with my independent working skills because I had to work by myself to create my final levitation photos.

Reflecting on my goals for the semester.

After looking back on my original goals for the semester, I found that I accomplished most of my goals. One of my goals was to learn more about the history of photography. I accomplished that goal by doing the timeline project, where we learned all about the history of photography. Another goal I had was to learn how to change angles and lighting to make my photos look better. I accomplished this goal by working on my weekly photo assignments. Every week I got to practice using different lighting and angles on different types of photos. Another goal I had was to be confident in my photo taking. I accomplished that goal by learning and practicing photography throughout the semester.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Friday, June 9, 2017

Scavenger Hunt


by Cristina Lemos


By Rhonda Callow


By Wikipedia

An Ants View Of The World:

By Tullyphotography

By Matt Bennet

by David Peterson

by Cheri Rowlands

Something that represents me:


Thursday, June 8, 2017

Pinhole Photography

    1. To understand and demonstrate pinhole photography and how it works;
    2. To become familiar with darkroom processes and procedures.

One aspect of pinhole photography is the time of exposure light for each photo. The time of exposure depends on lightness around the photography. Another aspect of pinhole photography is that a small hole is poked into a lightproof box. I learned that the light shines through that hole and it goes onto the photo paper. Another aspect of pinhole photography is that the model cannot move during the light exposure. I learned that it was harder to take photos with the pinhole camera because the model couldn't move and the camera couldn't move.

One of the most exciting parts of pinhole photography was coming up with ideas for the photo. This was exciting because I was able to be creative while I was coming up with ideas for the photo. Another exciting part was turning the photo paper into the actual photograph. It was cool to see the chemicals turn a blank piece of paper into a real photograph. It was also exciting turning the positive photo into a negative photo. It was very interesting to see how much the photo changed over the course of the chemicals.