Here is the result from our class demo on making cinemagraphs. If I continue to work at this a bit more and followed some of the advanced tutorials available in Blackboard I could make it loop seemlessly.
We learned the basics of creating animated GIFs in Photoshop. How do you like my
amazing realistic kinda awful seagull?
Photojojo, a great web newsletter on photography (as well as a very wallet-dangerous store!) has a new post today entitled How to Shoot Portraits Without People.
This is a great example of how objects and context can help to reveal personal information about your subject.
It’s that I don’t like white paper backgrounds. A woman does not live in front of white paper. She lives on the street, in a motor car, in a hotel room. – Helmut Newton
Have you guys seen this commercial from Geico about Paul Revere?
Here’s your pop quiz question: what topic covered in class is the basis of the joke in this video?
I moved to Jacksonville last August when I began teaching at FSCJ. Many people I’ve met have been less happy than in other Florida towns – I think because there are more who “find” themselves here rather than choosing the city themselves. And like any larger city, there are huge disparities that exist depending on where you live. This is somewhat explained by size – the largest city by area in the US!
But for me it’s been perfect. There are a lot of things to do here, but you need to look to find them. And of course, there’s great weather!
Now that we’ve introduced the idea of semiotics, let’s see how well we can analyze an image ourselves. I’ve provided each of you with a link to an ad on the assignment page in Blackboard. I will be using this image from Bacardi for my example:
In class this week we completed a photo scavenger hunt. In an hour, we had to find and shoot ten different images. Below are my results using the “circle” gallery theme – you can learn more about adding images in WordPress using galleries here!