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black & white ppt

  1. 1. Set 3 of Digital Photos Heather Sebetzki
  2. 2.  Tips from Lindsey Lynch  Don’t destroy the surroundings to get a good shot. Bring garden twine to tie back extra flowers or foliage so it will remain healthy after your picture.  Be prepared to do a little hunting to get the best shot. Don’t settle for the first thing you see.  Traditional 35 mm cameras actually work best, but if you are using a digital camera, be careful with the LCD screen. It may not always display your shot in its true form. You might have better results by using the viewfinder.  Pay attention to the aperture. This can be done by changing the pre-set picture settings on a digital camera, such as using the portrait setting.  When photographing trees, experiment with backlight to create glowing leaves and close-up shots of the trunk and leaves to get interesting patterns.
  3. 3. Don’t destroy the surroundings to get a good shot. Bring garden twine to tie back extra flowers or foliage so it will remain healthy after your picture. For this picture, I simply stepped down a few stairs of the sidewalk to capture the beauty surrounding me.
  4. 4. •Be prepared to do a little hunting to get the best shot. Don’t settle for the first thing you see. •While at the vineyard, there were multiple opportunities to catch various shots. However, using my friend to model different poses to my liking really helped me capture the perfect shot.
  5. 5. •Traditional 35 mm cameras actually work best, but if you are using a digital camera, be careful with the LCD screen. It may not always display your shot in its true form. You might have better results by using the viewfinder. •To capture this particular photograph, I used the viewfinder rather than the LCD screen.
  6. 6. •Pay attention to the aperture. This can be done by changing the pre-set picture settings on a digital camera, such as using the portrait setting. •For this particular photograph, I used the portrait setting on my digital camera to capture this photo of the horses.
  7. 7. •When photographing trees, experiment with backlight to create glowing leaves and close-up shots of the trunk and leaves to get interesting patterns. •For this photograph, I bent down on my knees and aimed the camera strait up to capture the backlight of the sun through the trees.
  8. 8.  Tips from Kellie Bassell   Focus on contrast when using black and white.  Take your photo at ground level to accentuate the depth of a black and white photo.  If your scene is already bland, removing color totally could elevate a boring snapshot to an interesting one.  Black and white photographs convey strong emotion especially if they are of a single subject or portrait.  Focus on texture when looking to snap a black and white photo
  9. 9. •Focus on contrast when using black and white •Here is a photo I captured of the bride getting ready for her big day. Many colors surround her, but editing the image to black and white really brings out the contrast within the photo.
  10. 10. •Take your photo at ground level to accentuate the depth of a black and white photo. •This is a photo of the scene of the wedding (prior to the wedding beginning, of course) at ground level to accentuate the depth within the photo on Clearwater Beach, FL.
  11. 11. •Black and white photographs convey strong emotion especially if they are of a single subject or portrait. •Here comes the bride! I love this photo as it, but transforming the photo to black and white really brings out the emotion on the groom’s face!
  12. 12. •Focus on texture when looking to snap a black and white photo •Although texture is at a distance in this photo, the ripples in the waves of the water and the texture of the sand is prevalent when transformed to a black and white photograph.
  13. 13. •Of the black and white photographs that I edited, I feel as though this particular photo imbeds all of the characteristics shared in black and white photography tips. •Although they are not looking at the camera, emotion is demonstrated by their body language. •Again, the texture from the surroundings are prevalent within the photography. •And, the contrast of the sky, water, and sand are all featured within this photograph, with the newlywed couple at the center.

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