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Photographer– job post

Montclair Auto Exchange
10440 Central Ave, Montclair, CA 91762
$14 – $16 an hour – Full-time

SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHER– job post

Yary Photography
Chino, CA
$20 – $25 an hour – Part-time

Flex Photographer – Photo Studio – San Bernardino, CA– job post

 
17335 Glen Helen Parkway, San Bernardino, CA 92407
Full-time
 
I WOULD APPLY TO THESE THREE JOBS BECAUSE THEY ALL INTEREST ME AND WOULD BE A GREAT OPPORTUNITIE. ALL THREE JOBS REQUIRE YOU TO HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH A CAMERA AND TO BE GRADUATED, ALONG WITH HAVING A RELIABLE SOURCE OF TRANSPORTATION. YOU ALSO ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A YEARS EXPERIENCE WITH PHOTOSHOP. I WOULD QUALIFY FOR THESE JOBS AFTER HIGH SCHOOL. 
 
 

LIGHT PAINTING PORTRAITS

MY FAVORITE TEACHER

THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE TEACHERS BECAUSE HE ALWAYS MAKES SURE THAT I’M OK AND DOING WELL. THIS MAKES IT GOING INTO HIS CLASS EASY AND FUN AND NOT HAVING TO WORRY ABOUT A TOXIC ENVIRONMENT OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT. HE IS ALSO REALLY EASY TO HOLD A CONVERSATION WITH AND USUALLY I HAVE TROUBLE KEEPING CONVERSATION WITH TEACHERS BUT IT’S VERY EASY TO DO IN HIS CLASS. 

Social and Political Issue

DOUBLE EXPOSURE

CANON LENS EXPERIENCE 

PETER TELLONE WAS A LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRPAHER. TELLONE BELIEVES LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRPAHY MOVES AT A SLOWER PACE. ACCORDING TO TELLONE, THE PACE IN WHICH A SUBJECT MOVES IN NATURE ARE USUALLY SLOWER, AND MOST OF THE TIME IS MOTIONLESS. FOR TELLONE LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY MOSTLY RELIES ON HOW ACCURATE YOU GET THE PHOTO RATHER THAN THE SPEED, SILENCE, OR SMOOTHNESS. TELLONE’S PHOTOGRAPHY WORK IS MOSTLY CATEGORIZED BY HOW THE LIGHT AND PRESPECTIVE INTERACT WITH THE ENVIRONMENT. HOWEVER, SINCE TELLONE LIVES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOST OF HIS WORK IS BASED OF THE NATURE AROUND HIS HOME. THIS MOSTLY INVOVLES PICTURES OF OCEANS TO DESERTS. HOWEVER, THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR OF TELLONE’S WORK IS PERSPECTIVE. HE SHOOTS LOW AND ULTRA WIDE WITH FOREGOROUND SUBJECTS CLOSE TO HIS LENS. ANOTHER PHOTOGRAPHER IS JEREMY COWART WHO IS INTO CELEBRITY PROTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY. HE HAS A LOT OF WORK THAT YOU WOULD REZOGNIZE IN MAGAZINE SHOOTS OR EVEN ALBUM COVERS. COWART HAS MOST RECENTLY DONE A HOLIDAY ALBUM COVER FOR KELLY CLARKSON. HE FIRST BEGAN AS A GRAPHIC DESIGNER ALONG WITH MANY OTHER THINGS. HOWEVER, HIS MAIN SUCCESS WAS BECOMING A PHOTOGRAPHER. COWART RAN HIS OWN DESIGN COMPANY FOR A WHILE BECAUSE HE PICKED UP A DIGITAL CAMERA AND THOUGHT IT WAS COOL TO SHOOT TEXTURES AND MANY OTHER DIFFERENT THINGS. ONCE HE BEGAN TO TAKE PICTURES OF TEXTURE, HE KNEW THAT BEING A PHOTOGRAPHER WAS SOMETHING HE WANTED TO DO. HOWEVER, HE STARTED OFF WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA SINCE HE WAS NOT AN EXPRIENCES OR TRAINED PHOTOGRPAHER. STEPHEN FRINK IS AN UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHER, AND FOR FRINK BEING AN UNDERWATER PHOTOGRPAHER IS A THRILLING EXPREINCE. THERES SOMEHTING ABOUT SWIMMING NEXT TO A BOAT, DOLPHINES, OR EVEN A SHARK AND CAPTURING THEIR MOVEMNT IS EXHILARATING. HOWEVER, IT CAN ALSO BE EXTERMELY DIFFCULT, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU NEED A LOT OF EXTRA GEAR TECHNIQUES AND PRATICE. STEPHEN IS GREAT AT UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHER SINCE HE HAS BEEN DONG IT FOR OVER 30 YEARS. HE HAS SHOT MANY THINGS FROM SPERM WALES TO OLYPMIC SWIMMERS. BEING A PROFFESIONAL HAS GOTTEN HIM MANY JOBS LIKE SCUBAPRO, VICTORIA SECERT, ROLEX, AND AMERICAN EXPRESS. HE’S BEEN ABLE TO SHOOT FOR MANY DIFFERENT MAGAZINES, ADVERTISEMENTS, AND EVEN HIS OWN STOCK PHOTO AGNECY AND HE EVEN HAS A SIDE JOB TEACHING MASTER LEVEL COURSES IN UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY. IN ANOTHER RELATED CATEGORY RALPH LEE HOPKINS PREFERS TO TAKE PICTURES OF WILDLIFE. HOPKINS’ GOAL WHEN IT COMES TO PHOTOS IS TO CHANGE WHAT A PERSON’S MIND THINKS OF WHEN THEY THINK WILDLIFE. ALMOST EVERYONE’S MIND AUTOMATICALLY GOES TO PRANCING DEER, SOARING BIRDS, AND ATTACKING GOFERS. HOWEVER, FOR HOPKINS TAKING PICTURES OF WILDLIFE GOES WAY BEYOND TAKING PICTURES OF DIFFERENT ANIMALS AND SPECIES. HE WANTS TO SHOW THE DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DIFFERENT SUBJECTS AND THEIR OWN ENVIORNMENT. ALTHOUGH HOPKINS GROWING UP IN NEW YORK CITY HIS INTREST IN WILDLIFE GREW AFTER GOING TO UNIVERSTITY IN AZ. HE WAS ALWAYS AROUND THE GRAND CANYON STUDYING THE WILDLIFE. THIS TRANSITION GREW TO ALSO INCLUDE OTHER LOCATIONS AROUND THE WORLD. EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THESE PHOTOGRAPHERS HAS GREAT AND UNIQUE STYLES OF CAPTURING NATURE. 

SCREENPRINT ON AN ARTICLE OF CLOTHING 

BLOCK PRINTING

PHOTOMONTAGE: WHERE YOU SEE YOURSELF IN 10 YEARS

STUDIO PORTRAITS WITH STROBES AND GELS

25 PHOTOS EDITED LIGHTROOM

        

LOW KEY LIGHTING PORTRAIT OR STILL LIFE

Read and Write

Five ways to have stronger composition when you are behind dslr camera or cellphone is including a focal point, follow the rule of the thirds, balance the image diagonally, shoot from a lower angle, and include foreground interest.

  1. Having a main subject in your photo a great for composition. It gives it a main point of interest. Without a main focal point it probably not catch the interest of you viewers.
  2. Using the rule of thirds can help. The rule of thirds can help you make your image look more balanced. The rule of thirds is really just a guideline.
  3. Using the diagonal principle is another way to balance your image. If all of your points of interest are on one side of the image it makes it look unbalanced. Using the diagonal principle it help prevent this.
  4. Don’t always take picture at eye level. Taking pictures at different angles help give the viewer a viewpoint they normally never see.
  5. Frame the subject. If you frame the subject it makes it standout while also making the image as whole more interesting. It also puts the subject in the context of it surroundings.

 PHOTOMONTAGE a la DAVID HOCKNEY

Raw vs. Jpeg Capture

The difference between these two is that a RAW file is a file containing all of the information recorded by your camera’s sensor during exposure. In contrast, a JPEG file is a file that has been compressed by your camera, and does not contain all of the information recorded by your camera’s sensor during exposure.

Cut and Paste Collage

Mirror Imagery

Man and Nature

Projection Photo

Depth Of Field

WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT CAMERA EXPOSURE AND CAMERA MODES

The Shutter Speed is how long light is exposed to the camera. “It is a sensor that will be open or closed to incoming light from the camera lens.”

The Aperture controls how much light comes into the lens. “Setting controls the area over which light can pass through your camera lens.”

ISO speed determines the sensitiveness the camera has to light coming in. “Similar to shutter speed, it also correlates with how much the exposure increases or decreases.”

Camera Exposure Modes: Auto (green square), Program (P), Aperture Priority (Av), Shutter Priority (Tv), Manual (M) and Bulb (B) mode.