Friday, March 25, 2011

Game


Photo By: Vardeep K.

This picture I took when my sisters were going to play tic tac toe. I lied the markers and the eraser on the board.

Snow


Photo By: Vardeep K.

This picture I took when I was waiting for the bus to come. The snow on the road and the trees looked really nice so I took a picture and it turned out to look really nice.

Rainbow


Photo By: Vardeep K.

This picture I took standing from my bedroom window. When I looked outside there was a rainbow and it looks really nice with the colors of the trees.

No Face


Photo By: Tiffany T.

I did this picture for my “Faceless Portraits” assignment. I like the way it turned out because it looks like her face is actually the one on the magazine.

Pikes Place Market


Photo By: Tiffany T.

I like this photo because it captures the huge Pikes Place Market sign in Seattle. It creates a good contrast against the blue sky, and I think the lighting turned out good.

Roses


Photo By: Sarahi T.

I took This picture when I was walking on the streets and when I saw it I really like it because purple is my favorite colored and I also love roses so I found the to things that I really like together.

Christmas Time


Photo By: Sarahi T.

This picture was taken in Seattle I took it because I really like how they decorate every thing I use this picture for one of my assignments that we had on photography class this is one of my favorite picture.

Space Needle


Photo By: Sarahi T.

I took this picture when we went to visit one of my dad’s friends we wile we were waiting for him to arrive a decided to take pictures and this is one of the picture that I took of the space needle.

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Photo By: Nik C.

This photo was actually a mistake photo while I was taking pictures of workers at McDonalds. It was highly out of focus, but I think the blurriness gives the photo a mysterious look. As if the man in the photo is familiar, but you can’t exactly remember when you’ve seen this scene before.

Dddddrum


Photo By: Nik C.

This is a photo of my new drums. It’s a close up of the logo on my rack tom. Downstairs, it is very dark so I had to lower the shutter speed in order to gather a lot of light. I also anchored my arm on a chair while taking this photo so that the picture would be clear and in focus. I think the fact that the photo is focused only on the logo, and the back ground is blurry, gives the photo a unique and cool look.

Dddddrum

Photo By: Nik C.

This is a photo of my new drums. It’s a close up of the logo on my rack tom. Downstairs, it is very dark so I had to lower the shutter speed in order to gather a lot of light. I also anchored my arm on a chair while taking this photo so that the picture would be clear and in focus. I think the fact that the photo is focused only on the logo, and the back ground is blurry, gives the photo a unique and cool look.

Ten Circles


Photo By: Nik C.

In this photo, the sun is reflecting into the camera. This caused colored circles to form in the picture. It was bright out, so I didn’t need a high shutter speed, and therefore I caught a very in focus picture. A unique thing in this photo is the circles. I was actually trying to capture those when I took this photo.

Duck


Photo By: Nikki B.

Photo description: I took this picture when I was walking through the park. I like how the duck is drinking from the muddy puddle. I used Photoshop to brighten the picture to make it look better.

Snowy day


Photo By: Nikki B.

Photo Description: I took this picture when I was going through a pass. I like how the sun is shinning through the tree. I used Photoshop to brighten the picture.

White Pass


Photo by: Nikki B.

Photo description: I took this picture when I was on the ski lift going up to so snowboarding. I like the way the sun is shinning in the middle of the picture. I used photo shop to brighten the picture and I put more contrast on it to bring out the colors.

Bailey


Photo By: Mackenzie R.

I took this picture for the winter sports assignment of a girl on my gymnastics team. She is really flexible so I thought I would capture her doing something that shows that. The lighting was pretty good in the gym but it was hard to get a photo without any girls in the background.

Peter


Photo By: Mackenzie R.

I took this picture as a close up of my cat Peter. He was fast asleep, but once the flash went off he was wide awake. I didn’t have to change any lighting to get the shot, but I did have to touch up some of the picture in Photoshop.

Hoo Rah!


Photo By: Michaelle M.

This picture was taken at a Puyallup JV Girls basketball game. I was pretty much the only one in the crowd so it was easy to get a good shot. I like how I captured her in the air just after she shot. I also like the simple colors and how they blend.

San Francisco


Photo By: Michaelle M.

During my vacation in San Francisco I took this picture of one of the older buildings down town. I like the dark, gloomy and vintage feel it puts off and I think the sky compliments it also. I like how the details can be seen even though it is a dark grey color.

Roses On My Guitar


Photo By: Michaelle M.

I took this picture for the January Theme which was color. I had been meaning to use the rose petals for a project. I had the idea to put them on my guitar, which I don’t actually play but just use as a prop most of the time. I didn’t edit the picture in any way because I was satisfied with the results as they were. The mood of the picture is kind of melancholy which really isn’t like me but I like it anyways.

Golden Leaf


Photographer: Mariah D.

I took this photo about a month ago after some squalls at the park, there was a leaf floating atop of a puddle. The sky kept changing so rapidly that I decided to focus on the ground. I cropped the photo and tweaked the curves to get the reflection of the water disappear and added more yellow with variations to bring the color of the bark and leaf out.

The First Panoramic


Photographer: Mariah D.

This is the first in a series of photos that I merged together to create a panoramic of the water front. The water that day was extremely choppy and the wind was buffeting the tripod, so I was worried the shots wouldn’t match up.

Incorruptible


Photographer: Mariah D.

I took this photo for the selective color assignment we needed this month. The picture is a close up of a hackey sack that has been color enhanced on photoshop. I had turned on flash and made the white balance match the lighting. Though I love the color, the photo’s graininess near the edges irritates me.

Ski lift


Photo By: Lisa Z.

I took this photo while riding up the lift to go snowboarding. I really like the atmosphere presented here. The colors are bright and defined. This is what I think of when I reminisce about riding the lift. I used the rule of thirds.

Orting River


Photo By: Lisa Z.

The purpose of me taking this photo was to give a soft, relaxing affect to the river. I turned it black and white. I gave it a soft light. I like the simplicity of this photo.

Angry Bird


Photo By: Lisa Z.

Photo Description: I took this photo by the duck pond. There were tons of ducks, but only one bird that looked like this. I got up close enough to him to where he started hissing. I took his picture quickly then left him alone. He looks pretty angry in this photo. I like the mood reflected.

“Penalty Box”


Photo By: Kayla A.

Another cosplay photoshoot thing in Seattle on one of those trips I take. These two were such lovely, quirky models to work with and came up with the majority of their poses, knowing what they wanted. And experimenting with the photos taken for this shoot was fun. This was my favorite, just due to the general composition and how there is a lot of negative space and the rules of thirds is used. I also think the poses were nice.

“Hand Holding”


Photo By: Kayla A.

Up in Seattle for a cosplay photoshoot of the Valentines theme, while playing photographer, I grabbed this lovely shot. I thought it would be much better if it focused more on the handholding than the actual faces of who was holding hands, because it was such a sweet little moment. The effect looks nice to me, at least. I enjoy how this piece is composed.

“Hello Seattle”


Photo By: Kayla A.

I took several different shots for my panoramic whilst in Seattle on one of my multiple trips. This was particular one was taken as I was at a photoshoot at the Washington State Convention Center. Up on the third view, I found this spectacular view at a very lovely time of the view and took the shots that formed this. So yes, it was taken from a window, and that is obvious, but I think the reflection adds a really nice touch to the piece.

My Humble Abode


Photo By: Jessica G.

Description: This is a good example of a panoramic photo and I like how it turned out. It was a challenge to have Photoshop merge all of the 5 photos together and in some places, like my curtains, it didn’t work so well. Overall, the colors and pictures merged well.

Peace


Photo By: Jessica G.

Description: This photo was taken in my room on the window sill. My favorite part of this photo is the color. The green stands out against the black and white and just makes the picture pop. I really like how this picture turned out.

Nuts and Bolts


Photo By: Jessica G.

Description: This picture was taken outside in my Dad’s garage. My favorite part of this photo is the chain. I wish I would have put the chain going through the picture either more to the left or the right though. I liked the final result of this picture with the rusty look.

Netflix


Photo By: Daniel P.

I took this photo for pick you color and I chose red. I tried to zoom in closer to get the words of Netflix. You can see that focus in on the words. I used auto focus to get this photo. I am ok about how the photo came out. I would change the focuses of the photo.

Beijing 2008


Photo By: Daniel P.

I wanted to capture an image of one of the Beijing Olympic mascot’s dolls. I went in closer to the object to get this photo. This represents one of the mascots of the summer 2008 Olympics. I have of these mascosts the dolls. One when I went to China and another I got off a website. Yes I am happy about the photo. I would change the way I zoomed in.

Side Walk


Photo By: Daniel P.

I took this photo just out side my house. I wanted to get the branch as the focus and the side walks as the background. I used auto mood to get the photo I took. The lamp post is out of focuses. I took it down low to get the photo. I am happy about the way this photo came out. If I did something differently I would change the focus to the side walk.

This is not toilet paper!!


Photo by: Ciri F.

This was for the assignment called Circles. This paper towel roll was on the table so I thought I’d capture it. I really like the white part because it’s really clear, and then the center of the roll is blurred. The idea of the photo I realize isn’t as great as the clarity, which to me doesn’t make it a bad thing. I didn’t have to use photoshop because I’m really happy with how it turned out.

ATR


Photo by: Ciri F.

This photo is one of my favorites that I’ve ever captured. The subject is Aaron Reiten and the picture was taken at our basketball game against Rogers. We beat them by about 20 points! This was such an exciting picture to take because at the very end Coach Campbell put in ATR, which the fans LOVE, he’s one of our favorites:) So when he was running out I just started taking tons of pictures, I knew I’d get a decent one. This one turned out amazing on its own, but I took it to photoshop and selected just Aaron, making him a brighter saturation and vibrancy than the background. Then I made the background a lower saturation, I enjoy the contrast.

D.A .N.C.E.


Photo By: Brynn. F.

I took this photo for my environmental portraits. I thought it would a good idea to take a photo of a dancer in a different setting other than a dance studio. I really like how this photo turned out and that her entire body is in perfect focus. My favorite is how you can see her shadow and how it outlines her body as she is jumping. I am very happy with my results for this photo.

Love


Photo By: Brynn. F.

I took this photo for our class assignment color. It was around Valentines Day and I wanted to take photos of red. For this photo I got close to my subject and instead of taking a photo from the front I took it from the side to get a better angle and a better looking photo. I really like how the middle heart is in focus and the other hearts are blurry. I am happy with how this photo turned out.

Flippin


Photo By: Brynn F.

I took this photo at a Puyallup High School gymnastics meet. For this photo I had to get close to my subject. I really like how the photo turned out, I just wish the top of the foot wasn’t as blurry. I cropped the photo so only the subject was the main focus of the photo. I had to readjust the contrast so that the photo would turn out so dark. Over all I like my final image.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Gum Wall


Photo By: Tiffany T.

I like this picture because the gum wall is in really good focus while the background of the alley is blurred. I tried to capture the gum walls colors, and make it lead your eye through the picture.

Posts of Seattle


Photo By: Tiffany T.

I took this photo while I was in Seattle. There was a wall in Pikes Place Market where a ton of posters had been put up and I wanted to capture the many events that were going on there. I like how this picture leads your eye through it and the focus blurs as you get further into the picture.

Peekaboo


Photo By: Tiffany T.

This is a picture I took for the Faceless portraits assignment. My nephew was playing peekaboo, so I decided to get a picture of him covering his face. I like this picture because the lighting is good, and it has good detail and focus.

Snowy Night


Photo By: Tiffany T.

I like this picture because it captures the falling snow, and the darkness of the night contrasts against the white snow on the ground. I also like the yellow sign on the left because it is emphasized and stands out.

Big Field


Photo By: Sierra U.

I really like this picture. I like this picture because I took the picture right as the sun was setting so I really like the lighting. Also, I really like the angle for this. I took this picture for an assignment when we had to pick a color.

Better Than Dial Up


Photo By: Nik C.

This is a photo of one of the school’s telephone poles. I messed around with the contrast and brightness in Photoshop to give the photo a more edgy look. On a small sticker in the bottom right corner is a Quest sticker. Hence, “Better Than Dial Up”. I like the texture that this photo has. A higher contrast helped bring out the bumps and cracks in the pole.

Two Violet Circles


Photo By: Nik C.

This is a photo of downtown Sumner. It was taken on the ground, and with some manual focusing, I was able to capture a unique photo. The light from the Christmas lights and car lights, focused into small circles. I like the bright colors that come from the lights and how there’s only a small portion of the ground in focus.

Driiip


Photo by: Nik C.

In this photo, a spoon is dripping purple water into a bowl. This was for our “Make A Splash” assignment, where we were to capture the drips and splashes of water. I raised the shutter speed to capture the drip as it was falling in mid air. I like the color of the water and how the photo is composed.

Lights In Focus


Photo By:Nik Conroy

In this photo, the lights on the building swirl around as if they were painted into the image. I slowed down the shutter speed to capture as much motion as possible. What’s interesting is that the building looks sharply in focus. I left the color and the saturation untouched in this photo, because I thought it naturally looked good.

Faceless


Photo by: Nikki B

Description: I took this picture in Seattle when my friends and I were walking around trying find things to take pictures of. I used Photoshop to take out all the color and I used the history brush to put the color back onto the man. I like this picture because it is different.

Roses


Photo By: Nikki B.

Description: I took this picture in Seattle at pike place market. I like the angle of the picture because the flowers stand out and you can see blue sky in the background. I used Photoshop to change the brightness of the photo in enhance the color of the flowers .