A project where we had to take manipulate a number of images in certain ways. Corrective manipulation was to take an old image with defects and fix it as best as possible. Emotional manipulation was to take an image and do two different manipulations to achieve opposite emotional effects. Selective manipulation was to change the meaning of the image by changing one aspect of it. Black and white was to.. Read More
Another assignment from midway through NMD 104. This one required us to take a photograph that we had taken and manipulate it to be different; we could implement content that was not our into the composition, but the original photo still had to be ours. For mine, I chose to focus on a single theme: duality.
This projection map will focus on the topic of water safety and the fracking industry’s impacts on water pollution. While fracking can have many benefits, such as acquiring large amounts of natural gas and oil, there can also be very large negative impacts of fracking. Such impacts include the potential chance of earthquakes, impacts on air pollution, and local clean water supply. This projection project will focus primarily on fracking’s.. Read More
Shutter speed, ISO, aperture…
The first time I got to use an SLR was in lab one day where my class went to large room, set up a bubble machine, played with the lights, and took some photos. It was a nice way to get us introduced to using an SLR; we got to mess around with apertures, f stops, and shutter speeds to try and get some interesting shots, and some of them.. Read More