This picture was taken in Ensenada, Baja California. The reason I named it Oceanic rocks was because from the point of view the picture was taken there are rocks surrounding it. The nearest homes are across making it seem like you’re isolated by the rocks. I took the picture with my cell phone , which is an Iphone 6s plus. My picture is landscape with different tones of blue. I used this photo because the color came out super vibrant, it didn’t need any work done on it. It was supernatural it seems like it took time to take the picture but in reality it took just a second to take.
David Hockney is an english artist. He was born on July 9, 1937, making him 79 years old. He paints and also does photography. His work has a lot of polo and modern art. His art work is very colorful. His paintings have a lot of bright blues, reds, greens, and yellow. His photography focuses on different objects so more than one thing stands out.
In order to emulate his style you need to take photos of the same area but with different focus points. For my photos i used framing and leading line. For the framing I used different focuses on the tree to make it seem bigger and longer.For the leading line i used a couple of blurry pictures to give it a bit more character and to give it my own touch. If i would've used my clear photo it would've looked very bland.
For my magazine cover I decided to use Paper Magazine.The reason i used this magazine is because I like the simplicity of it. This magazine usually doesn't have any headlines that take attention away from the picture. What I did to make a replica of the original magazine i used the Arial and chose a color that matched the background.
The equipment used in this project are strobe light, soft box and a reflector. A strobe light is basically a lamp that flashes when you take a picture.The soft box helps diffuse some of the light so it'll look more natural. A reflector helps reflect light onto the dark shaded area of a photo. For this photo I used a silver reflector to give the photo a cool tone.
1:Iso 400, f/5.3, SS 1/90
2: Iso 400, F/5.6, SS 1/125
3: Iso 400, f/5, SS 1/180
4: Iso 400, F/ 4.5, SS 1/125
5: Iso 400, F/ 5.3, SS 1/125
6: Iso 400,F/4.8, SS 1/125
1: ISO 400, F/9, SS 1/800
2: ISO 400, F/9, SS 1/800
3: ISO 400, F/9, SS 1/800
4: ISO 400, F/9, SS 1/800
5: ISO 400, F/9, SS 1/800
6: ISO 3200, F/4, SS 1/250
For this project, i was inspired by Ed Sheeran's song Thinking out loud. What I used to get this image was take pictures at the duck pond. I took a picture of my parents that I had on my phone, then photoshopped them onto the forest background. I added texture to all photos using a filter. Then i changed the contrast and brightness before adding a smile on top of all that. I changed the opacity of the smile to about 68 percent so it wouldn't be supper translucent.
mandalas are a form of a kaleidoscope. To make a mandala, you need to have the template, choose a photo of your choice, use the magic wand to trace the area you want to use, then you just duplicate and merge layers. My favorite part is seeing the picture coming together. the thing i struggled with the most is deciding