Portrait photography is a picture of people. It usually has more then one person. Some people want to share the special occasion, for example, When someone has a birthday party, there is always one person who wants some photos. The picture of you and your family is called a portrait. With the different types of portraits are very different, but also so similar. With Profile and Silhouetting they are both picture of living things.
If you want to make a double exposers in Photoshop, you go to photoshop. then you press File and go down to scripts and click " load scripts in to stacks" and click the images you want. Then you bring the image with your face to the top and select the dodge tool. After that you white out all the edges and double click the lay and select any thing you want. ( I used "screen")
The symbols I used are me and sister, she is a big part of my life and probably my favorite person in the world! Also, the star bucks represent what me and my sister like to do. She likes Starbucks, I like Starbucks. And we like to go together. The quality could have improved by having the pictures I took be better.
My project was of a Lego man named Sir Victor, he was a villain who wanted to have the crime of the century........ stealing the large oak tree in his neighbor yard! The team that helped create this genius idea in include Alakai Gonsalves, Meleana Keawe, Kyla Bautista. These geniuses and me ( of corse) created the swellagant idea of making a lego film! The project of little tiny, tiny, tiny little pictures made 3rd place in the over all. Thats okay even if we didn't get first.
The project was required to be 1:30 seconds. we didn't make the time but we moved a few thing so we made it 1:30. And we had to have the movie poster in it, which we did. There had to be a voice acting script, which we had. We had foley and text layovers. Finally we had five scenes.
I do agree with the class results. I agree with them because ours would appeal to 2nd graders. Also the creativity was high, so I do agree with that. And finally, the requirements, I do agree.
HDR Photography are types of photographs with different Exposer Condensation, then you mash all seven photos into one so the darker spots in a normal photo are lighter and the lighter spots are dark. It give more detail. It is used for Landscape shots mostly but you could use it for different things. What I like about it is that it gives more details to the picture that you have. But, what i dislike about it is that it could take a lot longer than a normal picture. If thats the price you have to pay to take an amazing picture than I guess its worth it.
If you want to know how to take a HDR photo step here they are. Step 1: Get the Exposer Condensation and turn it down to it very lowest or darkest. Step 2: Turn up the exposer until the very highest. You only need seven pictures. Step 3: Get the photos for the memory card and upload them to the computer and put them in your documents (its easier this way) Step 4: Put all your photos in photoshop. Step 5: find the photo you like best and click it. If you took photos of people and there are ghost like things go to the menu and check the box that says "remove ghosts". Step 6: save as "JPG" file. Step 7: enjoy amazing photo. I think it is so different then the automatic HDR. I have that on my phone, its very helpful.
The process of my photos was just finding the right spot at the right time. I needed to find a spot where the horizon line met with a mountain and the the mountain connected to the sky. With this picture, I took it at many angles until i found the right one. I was laying on top of my dads truck to get the right angle. I think i did a very good job. I was trying to tell a story of how when the sun falls the grass still looks green, and you can even see the mountains edges and ridges.
My name is Kacie Burns. I live in Kauai, Hawaii. I was born and raised in Prescott, Arizona. I don't "like" Marvel.. I LOVE! I love all superheroes. I also love Supernatural. If you're looking for some interesting writing about all of the crazy fun things we do in my Gifted & Talented class, check out my blog or some ones down below!
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