Archive for April, 2009



28
Apr
09

Photo Challenge: Text and Type: Period Five

First Place: Ceara Christensen

First Place: Ceara Christensen

Honorable Mention: Krystal Stewart

Honorable Mention: Krystal Stewart

28
Apr
09

Journal Entry for 4/28

1. What is your favorite image of Michael Lundgren and why? Post your answer to the Micheal Lundgren Photographer of the Day post.

2. What new tools did you learn in Photoshop as a result of completing the High Pass Filter Tutorial?

28
Apr
09

Photographer of the Day: 4/28: Michael Lundgren

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27
Apr
09

Today’s Tutorial: Enhancing Photos with the High Pass Filter

http://abduzeedo.com/photoshop-quick-tips-3-enhancing-photos-high-pass-filter

27
Apr
09

Journal Entry for 4/27

1. What is your favorite image of Danny Lyon and why? Post your answer as a comment to the Danny Lyon post.

2. List the titles for all of the poems that you read today. Which one, in your opinion would make the best photograph? What are the challenges of this assignment?

3. What do you think Danny Lyon meant when he said about shooting someone he wasn’t all that fond of, that, “You put a camera in my hand, I want to get close to people,Not just physically close, emotionally close, all of it. It’s part of the process.”?

27
Apr
09

Photographer of the Day: 4/27: Danny Lyon

“You put a camera in my hand, I want to get close to people,” he said. “Not just physically close, emotionally close, all of it. It’s part of the process.

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The New York Times ran a story on Danny Lyon yesterday, and I felt inspired to feature him as photographer of the day today.

Check out the article for yourself here.

25
Apr
09

This Week’s Photo Challenge: A Snapshot of Poetry

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April is Poetry month.

Here’s how it will work.

1. Choose the mood, or tone of the photo  you would like to take a picture of.

a. Start here, by checking out different poetic categories.

2. Choose from the list of moods, then check out a few poems from each mood.

3. When you find the poem you like, choose one phrase (roughly about two lines) from the poem of your choosing (Must be school appropriate, natch.) from that poem and photoshop that text onto your image.

4. Then take a picture that matches what is contained in the phrase.

5. The photo above, contains a phrase from,  T. S. Eliot’s, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

6. And Thursday is Poem in a Pocket Day.

Feel free to also use markers, paint, blocks, or any other kind of font or natural wording devices.

Need some inspiration? Here is a great series of photos that have the phrase actually inside the pictures, most of them drawn by hand. But we have Photoshop! Imagine what we can do with this!

Due on Friday, May




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