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  • 1. Potential Brochure Pictures
  • 2. Shooting DetailsLocation: Rylands Recreational ground(Outside Storeroom)Time/Date: 11am 29/11/12Lighting Conditions:Winter, Midday, Sunny.Camera: Canon EOS 1100DAperture: F/20Shutter Speed: 1/1600Long Depth of FieldCommentaryI asked my model to start jabbing towards thecamera, and jumping lightly on his toes. As he wasdoing this I took a series of photograph’s usingdifferent F Stops to get a long depth of field and afast shutter speed to capture the fast jabs and toavoid handshake. Framing the image in the middleof the screen gave me the option to crop later andto remove the ‘Non Smoking’ sign with the clonestamp tool.Taking the photo I did some standing up shots andfor others I crouched on my haunches to give alow angle effect.This image works well advertising my energy drinkbrand as the theme around the brand is fightingand preparing for the fight.There are some faults with this image however:•The Non-Smoking sign would make editing hard.•The light is bright and shines on the backgroundand makes the model squint.
  • 3. Shooting DetailsLocation: Rylands Recreational Club(Outside Changing Rooms)Time: 11am 29/11/12Lighting Conditions:Winter, Midday, Sunny.Camera: Canon EOS 1100DAperture: F/18Shutter Speed: 1/3200Long Depth of FieldCommentaryI asked my model to crouch on his haunches andstare off into the distance. This was made difficultas the sun was shining in his eyes and so made himsquint. I took the picture with an Aperture of F/18and got a long depth of field, this is because all ofthe picture is in focus. The model was looking in thewrong direction so this image did not create therules of thirds effect but the photograph could stillbe used for close ups of the fist.Taking this shot I crouched on my haunches so I wasat the same level as the model.This image is useful as it clearly shows the fist whichcould be cropped out and used in my brochure.The faults with this picture are that the model islooking the wrong way so the rule of thirds does notapply and the light is bright making him squint.
  • 4. Shooting DetailsLocation: Rylands RecreationalClub (Outside storage unit)Time: 11am 29/11/12Lighting Conditions:Winter, Midday, Sunny.Camera: Canon EOS 1100DAperture: F/18Shutter Speed: 1/2000Long Depth of FieldCommentaryI asked my model to crouch to sit on a large sand bagholding his fist up as if he was promoting a fight. Thisphotograph was taken in the shade.I took the picture with a long depth of field(Aperture F/18) so all of the picture was sharp.I managed to get the rule of thirds in this shot withthe model positioned on the right looking into theleft of the shot which is filled with blank space.This picture would be useful for my front cover, the‘Grip Tight’ title could be placed on the blackwindow ledge. The picture completely fits with myfighting theme.The only faults with this picture is the light is shiningon part of my model and he is slightly squinting.
  • 5. Shooting DetailsLocation: Rylands Recreational Club(Inside changing rooms corridor)Time: 11am 29/11/12Lighting Conditions: Dim LightingCamera: Canon EOS 1100DAperture: F/10Shutter Speed: 1/250Long Depth of FieldCommentaryI asked my model to stand up on the right handside of the corridor holding up his fists as if hewas about to fight or promoting a fight. I tookthis photograph with a long depth of fieldcreating the symmetry effect, all of thebackground is also in focus to give more optionswhen editing.This picture is useful for my brochure as there isa lot of space around the model in which I canwrite text about my products. The water on mymodels T-shirt resembles sweat.There are no real faults with this picture, it isexactly how I wanted it to be.
  • 6. Shooting DetailsLocation: Rylands Recreational Club(Corridor of changing rooms)Time: 11am 29/11/12Lighting Conditions: Dim LightingCamera: Canon EOS 1100DAperture: F/5.6Shutter Speed: 1/400Short depth of FieldCommentaryI asked my model to hold his arm straight with hisfist clenched as if he has just thrown a straightpunch at the camera. The short depth of field putsthe fist in focus and the background out of focuscreating an interesting image.This is highly useful for my brochure as it fits thetheme completely and is the interesting image Iwas looking for. I could change the contrast of thepicture to make it more interesting and crop itdown to just the fist or just the model if I wantedto.The only faults with this picture are that maybethe picture would be better further down thecorridor with no open door, however the doorcould symbolise a new path.
  • 7. Shooting DetailsLocation: Rylands Recreational Club(Inside Home changing room)Time: 11am 29/11/12Lighting Conditions: Dim LightingCamera: Canon EOS 1100DAperture: F/3.5Shutter Speed: 1/200Long depth of FieldCommentaryI asked my model to start jabbing the locker, hedid this with some force to create the realeffect. The long depth of field makes the wholeimage in focus allowing more options whenediting.This is useful for my brochure as it can be usedwith a sequence of photo’s showing theprogression of how him hitting the wardrobe.This shot is the starting shot with him guardinghis face.The faults with this shot is that he may shouldhave perhaps guarded his face with his left handand I could of used a higher shutter rate.
  • 8. Shooting DetailsLocation: Rylands Recreational Club(Inside Home changing room)Time: 11am 29/11/12Lighting Conditions: Dim LightingCamera: Canon EOS 1100DAperture: F/3.5Shutter Speed: 1/200Long depth of FieldCommentaryThis photograph was taken in quick successionafter the last with the model still in the process ofjabbing the locker. In this shot he has moved hishands away from his face and too his waist inpreparation to throw a punch at the locker.The short depth of field is consistent with the firstphotograph as this is the next stage.This will go alongside the first photo as aprogression of him punching the locker.The faults with this picture is their is little lightingmaking shadows on the models face andarms, this could make it hard for editing.
  • 9. Shooting DetailsLocation: Rylands Recreational Club(Inside Home changing room)Time: 11am 29/11/12Lighting Conditions: Dim LightingCamera: Canon EOS 1100DAperture: F/3.5Shutter Speed: 1/200Long depth of FieldCommentaryThis photograph was taken in quick successionafter the last two. This one the model has movedhis arm forward as he is about to throw thepunch. This shot filmed in a long depth of fieldcreates a sharp image to keep with theconsistency of the other shots.Like the last picture the only fault with this istheir is shading on the models face and arms, hisfacial expression is also slightly weird but.This will be used in progression with the last twopictures and fits into the theme of fighting. Hisarm and neck muscles can be seen, creatingdetail in the shot.
  • 10. Shooting DetailsLocation: Rylands Recreational Club(Inside Home changing room)Time: 11am 29/11/12Lighting Conditions: Dim LightingCamera: Canon EOS 1100DAperture: F/3.5Shutter Speed: 1/200Long depth of FieldCommentaryThis picture is the final of the punch photo’s.In this picture the model has actually thrownthe punch at the locker. The shot like the restis long depth of field so the whole shot issharp allowing consistency from the previousshot and allow easy editing.The faults with this shot is that the cameramoved slightly when taking and so the darklighting made the wall seem yellow.
  • 11. Shooting DetailsLocation: Rylands Recreational Club(Car Park)Time: 11am 29/11/12Lighting Conditions: Bright NaturalLightingCamera: Canon EOS 1100DAperture: F/10Shutter Speed: 1/250Long depth of FieldCommentaryI wanted to promote a different sport asidefrom boxing/fighting and so asked my model togo outside and change clothes into a Rugbyshirt. I asked him to stand up and look straightwith a Rugby ball. I crouched down low to get adominant shot of him and the sky behind.The shot is long depth of field as the picturewould not look right if the background skyclouds were blurry.This would be useful for my brochure asanother sport aside from boxing to be used.The only fault with this shot is the telephoneruins the effect of the photograph and my bedifficult to edit out.