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Evaluation of photos

  1. 1. Photo Shoot Review (you are creative visual people… make this power point look more interesting! Unit 57: Photography and Photographic Practice Task 4 Selection of final images & review
  2. 2. Aim of Shoot By doing this shoot I was trying to produce a photo that could be used in a music magazine
  3. 3. Description of shoot To get this photo I told the models to pose, but I took this photo whilst they were off guard. I like this picture because it is a natural reaction. The photo was taken on a field just outside college at the beginning of October. To get the photo to this stage I just added black and white and added a lens flare. Settings used here was a field and a few trees. Because it was a sunny day the lighting looked really well. I’m surprised at how well the editing looked. I like how the editing transformed the photo.
  4. 4. Editing effects Editing this photo was very easy. All I did was add a lens flare through the filter tab and add a black and white effect.
  5. 5. Final Images Mention focus, depth of field, rule of thirds, composition, The weaknesses of these photos is that some of them are a bit dark. Thankfully the photo I liked the most had the best lighting on it. I chose these photos because I think they look quite natural. The focus of these photos turned out well.
  6. 6. Capture log • Setting • Shutter Speed • Aperture • ISO
  7. 7. Rejected Images These were the 3 images I disliked the most. The two on the right were practice shots and turned out too dark. The one on the left is out of focus.
  8. 8. Aims for next project • From this shoot I have learnt that I need to take my time when it comes to planning location and lighting. I think it’s important to make sure I know what I’m aiming to achieve before taking the photos.
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