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  • 1. Task 3
  • 2. 3D
  • 3. This photograph has a 3D effect on it which can be created in Photoshop by going onto advanced blending and unclicking the ‘Red’. I think this photograph looks really good 3D and even better with 3D glasses because it already looks like it jumping out of the page with out the glasses so with the glasses I think it will look even better and more out of the page. I think it also works well as the animal is known for its attacks to by having it jumping in midair gives it a better effect.
  • 4. Multiple exposure
  • 5. Multiple exposure is the imposition of two or more exposures which then create a single image. This technique has been practiced for over several years , however has become more popular due to graphic editors, for example, Photoshop, can now help to create the same effect. With this technique, you can create a lot of effects, like ghost images, or having a bright moon into the dark sky and also having a mirror image. These photographs work really well together, as the background photograph is in the forest which shows the colours of the leaves and the trees behind, whereas the photograph on top is the side of a girls face, I think this works well because you can still see the woman's face and also the forest in the background which shows they have got the exposure just right.
  • 6. High speed photography
  • 7. High speed photography is taking pictures of really fast phenomena. A high speed photograph can follow either or both meanings, the first it may be taken in a way to freeze the motion, this would reduce motion blur and the second is a series of photographs taken at a frame rate or high frequency. High speed photography usually will take photographs of fast moving objects, that are normally invisible to the human eye. High speed photographs are used not only by experimental photographers but also the the military, they will take photographs and study the accuracy of missiles and rockets but also to record the very core of nuclear explosions. Scientists also tend to use this technique to study physical movement, measuring surface tension and also gravitational effects. High speed photography started out in the mid 1800s, in 1856 an amateur photographer from Britain called Thomas Skaife created a high shutter speed to capture cannonballs in flight for the first time, although the shutter gave an exposure of 1/50, in them days is would have been quite amazing, however now it seems slow. This photograph of the strawberry looks as though it has had a bullet or something sharp through it, by having the black background behind it you can see the detail of the strawberry and the parts flying off it. If you were to look at the strawberry been shot with your eyes you would not be able to to see as much detail that is shown in the photograph.