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Beautiful Skies at JHHS

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HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, it refers to a technique used in photography to capture and represent a greater range of tonal detail than is possible with standard digital imaging methods. You can get successful results by using a low ISO, shoot in manual, turn on auto focus to everything can be focused, and use a tripod so the photo doesn’t come out blurry.

My work is based on taking photos of students and the campus at JHHS. I would rate my work an 8 out of 10 because there are better edited images out there. But I do like what my work is based on knowing I really edited that to look better. I notice that I really like taking pictures of cars and nature. I really like my car pictures because they came out great with successful results. I like my environment and landscape pictures because it really makes you admire the beauty of the campus. I like how this picture came out, super saturated and a beautiful sky.

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R&R: Introduction To Using Strobes

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When it comes to lighting equipment, there are three major categories: the light sources, modifiers that control the spread of light, and grips or stands that support the lights. Professional studio light sources come in two types: kits with a flash head and a power pack or mono light kits. The flash head and power pack kit comes with a small power pack that acts as the generator that supplies energy to the flash head. Monolights come with the controls built directly into the light itself, so if you have multiple monolights, you’ll need to control and adjust the settings of each one separately. Head/power pack kits also offer faster flash durations and recycle times than monolights. Reflecting umbrellas produce a diffused and soft light due to the larger size of the reflecting surface. Soft boxes are square or rectangular boxes that come with a reflective inside and a translucent front. They are attached to the front of the strobe over the light source. Spilled light can hit walls and ceilings indoors causing it to reflect and bounce all over the place. A soft box is more controllable than an umbrella.

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12-24 Edited Photos in Lightroom

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3 differences between Adobe Photoshop and Abode Lightroom are, Lightroom has a better mask selecting than Photoshop, but in Photoshop you can combine different pictures into one, but in Lightroom there is a recommendation section where you can see already edited pictures of yours and you can choose one or it can give your ideas on what your finished product should look like. 3 similarities are that you can change the color of objects, another similarity is that you can change the lighting on both, one last similarity they both have in common is that you can automatically make the images black and white if you want.

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Jump Start Your Photography

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  1. Looking at the subject or subjects.
  2. Looking at the backgrounds.
  3. look at many other pictures.
  4. Watch a scary movie before looking at my pictures.
  5. You have to be into sports.
  6. Look at black and white pictures.
  7. If you have friend gather up in a circle and conversate.
  8. Go and take a picture of yourself and make it a portrait.
  9. Turn off the lights in your room and play with a light.
  10. Look up Andrew Tate quotes on your phone and read them.
  11. Listen to Lil Baby’s – It’s Only Me album on repeat.
  12. Go outside with someone and take pictures each other.
  13. Pray every day in the morning.
  14. Go to the beach when the sun is about to set and just stare.
  15. Go on a walk when it sets.
  16. Take pictures of nature.
  17. Take a picture of two people interacting with each other and analyze it.
  18. “Shoot”, someone random.
  19. Film a TikTok video.
  20. Look up your dream car.

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Painting With Light

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I think the photographer was able to full painting with light photo off by having a great knowledge on how setting, ss, ap, iso, and Lense should be for this type of picture. The first thing I think he did was having his shutter speed at maybe at 4 seconds. The second thing he probably did was having is wide Lense of a 35mm fisheye. A third he did was to have a high aperture of approximately f/16. Another thing he did was to have his ISO at 200 to make the background even darker but not 100 because it will be too dark. Also there looks to be a light source coming from a hallway, red and white finger lights. It is so eye catching because of the patterns the light were going in.

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RAW vs JPEG

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  1. The file sizes are different RAW has a significantly larger size than JPEG has a smaller file size, also RAW has much better quality since it is letting most of the details in.
  2. RAW is the bigger file.
  3. Yes, you can change the Raw file into a Jpeg by opening the photos in Raw format in photoshop. Go to files and choose save as and select from the list, jpg, choose a compression between 90 – 100%, or it will lead to a loss of quality.
  4. If I was shooting an important event I would shoot in Raw because it captures all of the details and much better quality, so you would want that picture to come out the best it can possible be.
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