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Posted by tiny_josser on 2009.09.14 at 23:51

I had to redo my studio lighting assignment, but it came out MUCH better!
Thank god. I would have been mortified to turn the other one in.
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Help me choose

Posted by tiny_josser on 2009.09.11 at 21:02

Would you guys please tell me which self portrait I should turn in? I have completely banned myself from self editing for the semester.
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First assignments of the semester

Posted by tiny_josser on 2009.09.06 at 02:35
I'm taking Location and Studio this semester. For Studio we are doing a self portrait as our first assignemt and for Location I am supposed to be doing a portraits using available light. Seems simple, but this far into the degree the professors are a lot harder in critiques if exposure, focus, and color aren't correct.

I already did my ambient light with reflector assignment (which is supposed to be the second assignment). It's not the one I'm supposed to be working on, but it was the one I was inspired to shoot today. I like it.


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Posted by tiny_josser on 2009.09.04 at 21:03
I have to do a self portrait as my first assignment this semester. It's a popular first assignment and it is a portrait class so it makes all the sense in the world. I like taking slow shutter speed portraits. I did about 40 and widdled it down to four. Can I get some opinions on them? Even if all you say is which one I should turn in it would be a help.







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Vocabulary

Posted by tiny_josser on 2009.09.02 at 15:24
You would think that somewhere on the internet I could find a list of vocabulary terms for studio photography (like Tony Table, Ring light, backdrop....)
But I haven't found one. If any of you happen upon one- link me?


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Posted by tiny_josser on 2009.08.26 at 19:54
I found a bunch of stuff I did for photo 101! Most of these are converted to digital from slide film and turned black and white.
The last one is digital though and I think the color one was digital. Can't remember.


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shots from the derby

Posted by midnightmachine on 2009.08.16 at 21:02










These are photos taken at a local roller derby event. Typically it is one to two former classmates and I covering the even for personal satisfaction, and one who is being seemingly phased in as the local team's official photographer.


Anyway those who are still actively attending Daytona State College who shoot these events are developing a show that will go up in the school's student gallery. It is uncertain as to when the show will go up due to the fact that the gallery is currently booked, but that should only provide time for each person involved to develop their individual perspective of these intense events.


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An article from PDNmagazine. I found this article interesting because in the beginning it mentions how much more children are showing up in editorial and lifestyle shoots. No matter what field we go into, we will probably work with children at least a few times. In my experience they can be more difficult then expected even if you're like me and think you're good with kids.

1. Show the love. Kids feel and respond to the energy around them, so your success or failure as a kids’ photographer rides on the attitude you (and your crew) bring to the set. Photographer Rebecca Drobis attributes her success at capturing the free spirit and openness of kids first and foremost to her rapport with them. “I truly and wholeheartedly love being around kids,” she says. “I approach them almost as if I’m one of them. I’m always down on their level. Kids are very spontaneous, and I’m a very spontaneous photographer.” Stephanie Rausser also loves working with kids. And she screens every crew member she hires for kid friendliness. “I can feel energy when someone doesn’t like kids or want kids, and it’s horrible. Kids feel that, too,” she says. “So when I’m hiring, say, a stylist, I’ll ask the stylist’s agent, Do they have kids? Do they like kids? Do they work with kids?”
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Editing Help

Posted by tiny_josser on 2009.07.24 at 18:49
Once again I ask all of you to help me edit some of my work. I need to slim down my derby portfolio. I will be putting similar photos in a group and all I ask is that you tell me which one is best from each group. I know some of these are too dark and I plan to fix that.
Thanks.
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Editing Help again

Posted by tiny_josser on 2009.07.24 at 17:37
Once again I ask all of you (even those that are not photographers) to help me edit some of my work. I will be putting similar photos in a group and all I ask is that you tell me which one is best from each group. I know some of these are too dark and I plan to fix that.
Thanks.
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