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Monday, January 15

  1. page Camera Basics edited ... {Fan Blur.JPG} Click me for example Capture two pictures zoomed OUT Focus on the center of …
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    {Fan Blur.JPG} Click me for example
    Capture two pictures zoomed OUT
    Focus on the center of the fan!
    Freeze the motion of the fan using ISO @ 1600
    Blur the motion of the fan using a shutter speed @ 1/80th
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    Setup B: ISO + Aperture (Outside)
    Align 4-5 large subjects in a single line.
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    Capture two pictures zoomed IN
    Focus on the front object using
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    field (Large aperture)aperture f22)
    Narrow /
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    field (Small aperture)aperture f2.8 or 3.5)
    Do not edit your photos
    From the camera, drop your Setup A and B photos into a folder labeled DA1 Camera Basics
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    4:40 pm
  2. page DoF edited {kersen2.jpg} {11-food-photography-01.jpg} {dsc_5280bw.jpg} {Coke_HDR_II.jpg} {depth-20.…
    {kersen2.jpg} {11-food-photography-01.jpg} {dsc_5280bw.jpg}
    {Coke_HDR_II.jpg}

    {depth-20.jpg}
    {depth-68.jpg}

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  3. file depth-68.jpg uploaded
    4:35 pm
  4. file depth-20.jpg uploaded
    4:35 pm
  5. page Camera Basics edited ... Must use the same indoor and same outdoor subjects. Assignment ... their own work! {Fan …
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    Must use the same indoor and same outdoor subjects.
    Assignment
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    their own work!
    {Fan Blur.JPG} Click me
    work for examplethe following two setups!
    Setup A: ISO + Shutter Speed (Inside)
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    the frame.
    {Fan Blur.JPG} Click me for example

    Capture two pictures zoomed OUT
    Freeze the motion of the fan using ISO @ 1600
    Blur the motion of the fan using a shutter speed @ 1/80th
    {kersen2.jpg} Click me for example.
    Setup B: ISO + Aperture (Outside)
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    single line.
    {kersen2.jpg} Click me for example.

    Capture two pictures zoomed IN
    Focus on the front object using
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    4:34 pm
  6. page Camera Basics edited ... Maximum 3 people per camera outdoors Everyone shoots / turns in their own work! ... Sheet …
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    Maximum 3 people per camera outdoors
    Everyone shoots / turns in their own work!
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    Sheet Sm.jpg} Cheat Sheet!
    Don't change your subject
    Must use the same indoor and same outdoor subjects.
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    4:28 pm

Sunday, January 7

  1. page Who Am I? edited . ... a path Experiment w/ lighting angles Emphasize your while emphasizing YOUR personali…
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    a path
    Experiment w/ lighting angles
    Emphasize your
    while emphasizing YOUR personality
    Apply the Text on a Path tutorial

    {http://www.freestylephoto.biz/images/prod/01303.jpg} This is a reflector :)
    How to
    Capture your portraitself-portraits
    Indoors on a dark background
    Outdoors in the shade w/reflector
    Outdoors in direct sun w/reflector
    Add Text to a Path to each of your self-portrait images
    Text mustcan NOT be
    Professional Examples of Creative Portraits
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    4:41 pm
  2. page Textured Face edited . Objective: Applying and Blending textures into a formal portrait This project will cover the …
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    Objective: Applying and Blending textures into a formal portrait
    This project will cover the following
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    {PortraitTool.jpg}
    {LandscapeTool.jpg}
    Part 1 PortaitsPortraits
    Shoot 9
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    portraits using the 3 Basic
    See 3 Basic Lighting Angles
    Consider this..Make sure all images are in focus!
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    Please keep in mind the differences between Texture and Pattern
    Part 3 Assemble in Photoshop
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    Save As DA6.DA9.
    2. In the Layers Palette, double click on the word Background and rename the layer as Face.
    3. Apply the Sepia Effect AND Colorizing steps to the Face layer
    Sepia Effect Tutorial
    Colorizing Tutorial
    4. From Photos, dragDrag & drop
    5. Drag the new texture layer so it sits above the Face layer.
    6. Rename this layer as Texture.
    7. Transform the Texture layer to completely cover the entire image area by hitting Command+T
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    entire image area.area while holding Shift.
    8. Click
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    Blending Modes (where it says Normal) and select
    Keyboard shortcut: with the Move Tool selected, you can toggle through the Blending Modes by holding Shift and hitting + or - on the keyboard
    Additional possibilities (to individualize your work):
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    4:37 pm

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