Say Cheese: Portraits

WEEK 5: PHOTOGRAPHY

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1. Organ Duet Portrait: 8 Feb 2011 – 9 pm; Rexburg, ID – Snow Bld (BYU—Idaho); f/3.2; 1/5; Olympus Stylus-9000; camera timer; Photoshop brightness/contrast, color balance, and exposure adjustment layers.

2. Daniel Keys Portrait: 8 Feb 2011 – 9 pm; Rexburg, ID – Snow Bld (BYU—Idaho); f/3.2; 1/8; Olympus Stylus-9000; Photoshop brightness/contrast, color balance, and exposure adjustment layers.

3. Daniel Back Scratch Portrait: 8 Feb 2011 – 9 pm; Rexburg, ID – Snow Bld (BYU—Idaho); f/3.2; 1/8; Olympus Stylus-9000; Photoshop brightness/contrast, color balance, and exposure adjustment layers.

4. Daniel News Anchor: 8 Feb 2011 – 9 pm; Rexburg, ID – Snow Bld (BYU—Idaho); f/3.2; 1/8; Olympus Stylus-9000; Photoshop brightness/contrast, color balance, and exposure adjustment layers.

SUMMARY: PORTRAITS

My bass player and I got done with a rehearsal, realized that we were matching, and decided that it was a great time to take our portraits. Daniel is very photogenic and we took a long series of shots—most of which were not incredibly applicable to this assignment—but some turned out pretty well. I am staying true to my goal to take all of my photos this semester in the following circumstances: 1) unplanned opportunities/spur of the moment  2) stopping everything that I’m doing and pulling out my high-end point-and-shoot  3) getting “better than your average bear” kinds of shots. This week held true to that formula! And only 10 minutes in Photoshop was all that I needed to clean them up enough to post.

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