A compilation of my best photos:
Process Compiling all of the pictures I have taken over the course of the semester is a bit of a project. I decided to go with a photobook because having a physical copy of my photos to look at seems much more professional. I'm going to go with a layflat photobook (that means no bending … Continue reading Photobook beginnings
Now that I've been learning more about photography and editing, I wanted to try out more photos. Here are some pictures I have taken with my newfound skills.
Process At Bannack, I wanted to take multiple photos in one theme. I experimented by taking a photo of my friend through a window and fell in love. I really think that people put a filter around them to appear better than they are. The window is a symbol of that. I took a million … Continue reading Bannack State Park – Themed Images
These photos took a bit more thought than the others. With the portraits and fine art, I just went with what I thought was beautiful. It almost came as second nature. With these, I had to plan a bit more. For the levitation photo, I had a model pose on her back on a table. … Continue reading Bannack State Park – Creative Photos
In these fine art photos, I followed the same process as the portraits but changed the editing in photoshop. With the first photo, I took three pictures on a tripod of the same chair. With each photo, I changed the exposure. The first was overexposed, the second was normal, and the third was underexposed. In … Continue reading Bannack State Park – Fine Art
I took a trip to Bannack, Montana with a photography group, including models dressed in era clothing. We spent the entire day in and out of buildings capturing portraits, fine art photos, creative shots. We returned home at the end of a long day, and I was pleased to find that a lot of the … Continue reading Bannack State Park – Portraits