OBJECTIVES This assignment has two primary objectives: light quantity and quality.
1. Learn to get the right amount of exposure in outdoor daylight settings. 2. Learn through experimentation to recognize and select some of the effects of natural lighting situations.
WHAT TO DO Lighting is important for exposure. When you use creative lighting with your subject, you can create certain moods or emphasis. In this assignment you are going to pay attention to lighting and the effects it has on your subject. Lighting can create a mood or feeling, contrast and emphasis can be created with dramatic lighting, and texture can be enhanced with lighting.
Your subject is open to anything : portraits, objects, places, things. Your subject must show the effects of using Natural Light. It must create a mood, emphasis, contrast or dramatic effect.
Take 36 photos in Lightroom mobile using the PRO mode. Make sure you shoot DNG images!!! If you have a digital camera, make sure you are shooting in RAW.
You will edit your best 12 images.
Upload your edited images with a minimum 2 paragraph reflection.
You can not photograph at night or indoors.
THINGS TO DO AS YOU ARE TAKING THE PICTURES Look at your notes for creating a good composition. Keep these tips in mind.
· Vertical/horizontal · Different point of view · Rule of thirds · Content/subject · Get close · Fill the frame · Avoid distracting backgrounds · Leading lines · Shapes · Contrast · Emphasis · Balance · Sharpness