Tuesday, January 20, 2009

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Photo By: Craig M.


I took this picture of my cousin for an assignment for eyes, hands, and feet. I like how you can only see one eye in the picture and the flash in the eye.


Night Light


Photo By: Craig M.

This picture was taken near Tacoma. It’s a picture of a telephone pole with a light just behind it. I think that I could have changed the perspective a little.

Broken Guitar


Photo By: Craig M.


I really like the break in repetition in this picture. I also like the depth of field and how you can really cant see the strings in the distance.

Goblins


Photo by: Lacey M.

This was taken through the window of a storefront in downtown Tacoma. I like how dark it is and the light bulbs in the background remind me of Christmas. I was going for a close up and am really happy with how it turned out. It could have been a little brighter, but I would’ve had to use flash, and it would’ve reflected off the window.

Light Your Path


Photo by: Lacey M.

This was taken in downtown Tacoma on the other side of the glass museum. Taking pictures at night is so fun. It’s also interesting the way lights look after you take the picture vs. in real life. Everything has a kind of glow. I tried to go for an interesting perspective. I really like the blueness.

Heart in the Hands


Photo by: Lacey M.

I was taking pictures for the hand, eyes, and feet theme. The left hand is mine and the right is my boyfriend’s. I really like this picture because it’s cute, and almost a perfect heart. I did something to make the color different and then dodged and burned to make the front of the hands brightest and everything else kind of faded. By the way taking a picture, focusing and all one handed is hard!

Mike got new shoes


By: Lena M.

This was another picture that I took in the lighting studio. We were going for the typical school picture pose, and I’m really happy with how it turned out. I didn’t do anything to edit this picture. The only thing that bothers me is that the boxes aren’t even.

Tag, you’re it


By: Lena M.

This is another picture that I took after school in the lighting studio. This was actually a test shot, and I really like how it turned out. I love the white background in contrast to his black shirt. I’m really happy with the way this picture turned out.

You had the craziest look in your eye


By: Lena M.

I took this picture after school in the lighting studio. I took them for our Senior Collages, and this young man happened to be of my models. This was one of the last pictures we took. We turned off all the lights, and had one Fill Light on, and this was the very last picture. It turned out amazing. I love that he’s centered, and I love the lighting. I didn’t do anything to edit this picture, this is straight from the camera.

Tiffany’s Skate Rink


Photographer: Kaitlyn O.

This picture was taken during the flooding at Tiffany’s skate rink. It was at least 5 feet deep in the parking lot. I liked this picture because it shows how bad the flooding truly was by the river. When it was loaded I put more contrast into it to make the colors more intense. In the end I liked the final result.

Hard Times


Photographer: Kaitlyn O.

The picture was taken in Seattle during a field trip. It is of a homeless man you kindly offered to help out the group I was with by posing himself by the garbage. All I did to this photo was put more contrast to add to the colors and make them more vivid and interesting to look at. The end result turned out rather nice

Gentle Hands


Photographer: Kaitlyn O.

In this picture I took it was of my friends hands with just a ring on. I took this picture during class and it turned out to look pretty good. I only darkened the picture and put a little bit of contrast well also changing the color to a grayish with a hint of brown

Carousel


Photo By: Jenna B.


This is one of the photos I took in Seattle. We went to this arcade place and there was a carousel there too so I decided to take a few pictures of it. I liked how this one turned out but I made a few changes to the color to brighten it up because it was a little dark.


Eyes


Photo By: Jenna B.

This is one of the photos I took of my little sister for the eyes/hands/feet assignment. She kept moving so it was hard to get a good picture of her eyes but I’m pretty happy with the way this one turned out. I changed it to black and white because I thought it looked better that way than in color and I made a few other changes to it to really make her eyes stand out.

Winter Rose


Photo By: Jenna B.


I took this photo on one of the snow days. There wasn’t much snow but I decided to see if I could get any good winter photos. This wasn’t the best but I still kind of liked how the snowy background and the rose in the back was blurry but the rose in the front was clear. I think it would have been better if the background wasn’t so blurry though.


GUMBALLS!!!!!


Photo By: Craig M.

I took this picture because their gumballs… I like how the blue gumball is the only blue gumball there. The picture is in focus and then out of focus the farther it gets.

Space Needle


Photo By: Craig M.

This picture is of our field trip to Seattle. I like the way the space needle is directly in between the two buildings. I’m not sure if this picture is fill the frame but I like it.

Kayla


Photo By: Craig M.

I like this picture because you can’t see all of her face, you can only see one eye. I think I could have made the picture a bit sharper and in focus. I took this picture for an assignment for eyes, hands, and feet.

Telescopes


Photo by: Cory L.

Well I was in Seattle for a field trip and we were walking down the street to go get some food and I saw the telescopes. My original intention was to get the orange one only but after I took the picture I noticed the other ones in the picture and thought it looked cooler that way. I only cropped the picture.

Fun With Victoria


Photo by: Cory L.

Some friends and I were playing around with a bubble blower and I took a picture of Victoria with all the bubbles around her. I didn’t what to do with the photo until I had put it into black and white and decided I would put her sweatshirt back in color.

Crazy Lacey


Photo by: Cory L.

We were taking pictures of a glow stick in a semi dark room and I put the camera on to shutter speed. I was looking at the picture and decided I would take blacken the background. I am really happy with the result.

On Break


Photo by: Lacey M.

This is another one of my creepy stalker pictures of someone I don’t know, but caught my eye. Just from looking at him, you know he works in Pike’s Place. Looking at his face, you can tell he’s young, but has a lot of life experience. The fact that he’s smoking says that he needs an escape from something. I like taking pictures of people when they don’t realize you’re watching them. There’s a lot to learn from how they stand and what they do, when no one’s watching.

Girl on Phone


Photo by: Lacey M.

I took this picture in Pike’s Place Market right before leaving Seattle. I liked that she was in her own little world, while everything is hustle and bustle around her. Looking at the picture makes me wonder who she is talking to, and what she is thinking…I know that sounds creepy. I like to watch people. The way the shadows are at her feet and the door that is parallel to the wall she is leaning on draws you in.

oooOOoooo shiny!


Photo by: Lacey M.

I took this photo while on a fieldtrip in Seattle. I took it because the shiny metal caught my eye from across the street. I like how bright, reflective, and new-looking. I used burning to make the metal a little brighter. I also took the picture at an angle, on purpose, because it looks cooler.