The trails and recreation areas near Columbia are phenomenal. They offer a quick escape from a bustling college town and allow you to get lost for a moment. We tried to capture the magical moment of escape that can be found in nature through painting with light.
Blending, blending, blending. As with most things, I understand how it works in theory but when I'm thrown in seem to be unsure. This took some fumbling around with gels, but I believe I was able to match the fluorescent house light that is seen in the background. After doing some toning in photoshop, the … Continue reading Light blending
I thought I knew what I was going to do for the lighting of my portrait series, but after doing the test lighting with Jenna for what I had in mind, I realized that my idea would not work. It would be boring and no one would want to look at it. So I regrouped and … Continue reading Final project – test lighting
For the multiple flash assignment, Jenna and I went to Stephen's Park for a chat for peace event on the night of the Pink Moon. Margaret Waddell led a group of five others in songs and chants praising the moon and earth. They began at 7:30 p.m. and went until 9. The changing natural light … Continue reading Multiple Flash