All AS students blogs can now be viewed on the portfolio requirements- eportfolio- examples tab. Make sure your blog is regularly updated and check out other students blogs that are on the course to give you inspiration!
Remember all the info on how to do this is on the technical folder page. Portfolio requirements - Technical folder- lesson 4
Scientist Mohamed Babu from Mysore, India captured beautiful photos of these translucent ants eating a specially colored liquid sugar.
Photographer and designer David A. Reeves has been working on a wonderful
series of action vignettes made from cut-paper silhouettes. Each image is
carefully layered and focused to create a pretty stunning depth of field
including blurry backdrops of clouds and mountains. Check out his website for
many more shots including scenes from Batman and some depictions from the wonderful video game Limbo.
If you liked these also check out the work of Thomas Allen and these bookends by Knob Creek Metal Arts. (via geekologie)
Last week you learnt how to operate your DSLR camera. Your task was to photograph objects using depth of field, macro lenses and settings and composition elements. Below you will find some great examples of your homework!
If your lucky enough to own an ipad, why not take your light drawings to the next level? Check out the video below.
Sign up to Issuu to read magazines and publications for free! You can also upload your own work to reach a wider audience! Top magazines such as 'Practical Photography' publish editions to view...the best bit is it's free! See below for a taster!
I love photoshop but how much is too much? Check out the video below.
How do you paint with sound? It’s a good question and the answer comes from
German photographer Martin Klimas. He
starts by putting different colored paint on top of a speaker over some translucent material, then cranks up the volume. The vibrations of the speaker shoot the paint into the air creating beautiful patterns and sculptural forms,
and Klimas snaps them with his camera while in flight.( info taken from the creators project blog-many thanks and well worth a look! )
This week we willbe looking at the varous camera settings and how to use aperture/shuter speed/ depth of field to create striking imaes. It is alot to get your head around so why not pla around wth this simulator and take pictures adjusting the ious settings to see th end result!
Light & Lens Based Media
Welcome to the Light & Lens Based Media course, part of the Art & Design department at Ysgol John Bright.