Tuesday, May 13, 2008

New York


Photo by Shabnam A.

That picture is one of my best pictures. I think there are a lot of great elements in this picture. The angle I choose for it is great. I am really happy with it.

Treasure


Photo by Shabnam A.

That is my best picture from the Pirates show in Las Vegas. They really worked on the details in that show. I don’t know what to tell you about this picture… I just love it….

Aaaahhh


Photo by Shabnam A.

I took this picture in Las Vegas. My friends and I went to the show. It was really amazing show about the Pirates. It was hard to take pictures in that show, because there were so many people in the front of me. So, I am happy with this picture.

12:36


Photo by Shabnam A.

I took this picture in my trip to Seattle. I really like the angle of it. Let me know what do you think….

Just think for a second….


Photo by Shabnam A.

My classmate had a similar picture and I really like it. So, I tried to get one, but I still think his is much better. I used dodge and burn brushes for my picture. I think there is too many people don’t use them at all. You can make better images using them.

Japanese Dishes


By: Melissa P.

I took this picture of chopsticks, a bowl and plate that were all real from Japan. This bowl is really pretty and so is the color green on the chopsticks. This picture was for our metal and glass assignment.

The Narrows Bridge


By: Melissa P.

This is another picture that I took while I was on the 5 mile drive. It was just at a different spot. I love the narrows bridge and how it looks in the picture. Mainly because of the boat in front of it and the sky.

Glassware


By: Melissa P.

This picture was from the February theme of metal and glass. I didn’t really know what to do so I looked around for a little bit and thought that this would turn out really pretty. And in my opinion I think it did. The only thing that I did to this picture was changed it to black and white instead of color.

Beautiful View


By: Melissa P.

I took this picture when I was doing my panoramic assignment. It was taken out by the point defiance zoo on the 5 mile drive. This was one of my favorite pictures out of the one hundred because of the sky. I think that it looks really pretty with the pink sky from the sun going down.

Spiderman


Photo by: Kara M.

I took this opposite of his face and ended up flipping the photo vertically. He wanted to look like he was climbing up the wall like Spiderman. I’m not sure if I had that effect but I got as close as I could. I

Therefore, we reflect.


Photo by: Kara M.

I took this of my favorite person ever, he lined up with this puddle without know it, and there was no distortion so I made sure he didn’t move positions. I change the color a little just because they were a little drag.

A Flower a Day Keeps the Doctor Away


Photo by: Kara M.

This, again, was taken in Seattle at a flower shop. I really like the vibrant colors and placement of the lower left f lower. It’s pretty basic but I enjoyed getting it.

Queen Anne


Photo by: Kara M.

This was taken in Seattle on our field trip. My friend didn’t know that I was taking this photo and I wasn’t sure if it was going to turn out well but I love the “Seattleite” image and he definitely portrays that. I also love the symbolism of Seattle with the Queen Anne bus sign, it represents a good part of Seattle that is well know.

Rest in Peace


By Joanna B.

Here’s the story, I am taking a walk in the park, and just happen to find a feather on the ground. It’s not the most beautiful feather, but I figure hey why not take a few shots of it, and then whoa la! I like how the grass is in and out of focus and the sun light shines through the feather.

“I opened up my eyes, I saw the sun…”


By Joanna B.


I must say, this photo is pretty darn cute. It has an innocent look to it, plus the sun lighting adds color. I didn’t want to change anything about it but if you think of anything, let me know.

Do your ears hang low...


By Joanna B.

This picture looks a little blurry to me, but I like the side profile of my dog. She always used to stare at moving objects, and this is a great example of it. The lighting looks dark but if I remember right it was really sunny that day, and I wasn’t sure what kind of changes to make, let know if you have some ideas.

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Island


By: Zach F.

I took this picture while driving through Snoqualmie Pass. I thought the island with no water around it looked kind of weird so I decided to take pictures of it. I didn’t do too much as always except make the picture brighter and up the contrast a little.

Water Taxi


By: Zach F.

I took this picture when I was done kayaking at Elliot Bay in Seattle. I walking on the dock and thought the water taxi looked cool, so I took a picture of it. The picture was really dark so all I did was brighten it up.

Tree


By: Zach F.

I took this picture while on our field trip to the zoo. I liked the tree because it had carvings all around it and thought it would make for a good photo. Again I didn’t really do anything, except make it a bit brighter and up the contrast to make the colors pop.

Little boy


By: Zach F.

I took this picture of my nephew in my backyard. He was obsessed with the dandelions, so I thought it would be a cool picture. I didn’t really do much except play with the brightness/contrast to make the color more interesting.

“Flower Power”


By Joanna B.

I love this photo, I made some changes to it in Photoshop and it helped with the intensity of the color. I also cropped it to make it centered and grab more attention.

“I melt”


By Joanna B.

This photo was taken a while ago, and I found it today. I love the color of the grass and the way the melted snow looks. The lighting that day was great and I didn’t need to make any changes to the photo.

“They call me mellow yellow…”


By Joanna B.

Since its spring, I thought would be best to take a picture of a daffodil. This one turned out the best, didn’t need to change it, and I like how vibrant the colors are.

Clouds in the Window


By Joanna B.

The assignment was to set our shutter speed to 2 seconds. This plus the sunlight made the photo very washed out, but you can see the clouds in the window. I thought it looked pretty cool.

After Hours


By Joanna B.

Here’s another photo from the waterfront. The lighting worked out nicely, but in my opinion the photo is a little uneven. It not my favorite, but tell me what you think.