Behind the Image: Pour Shots

The assignment was to shoot a pour shot, and the P52 members really stepped up. These four shots caught my eye not only because they are really fun but because their approach and setups were quite well thought out. I hope you enjoy the little critique and BTS shots by...

INTERVIEW: DAVID HARRY STEWART

David Harry Stewart is a photographer that I have been following for many years. His work touches every point in my aesthetic list, and it was a super treat to speak to him last Tuesday. David Harry Stewart Website Instagram Behance Ageist...

Behind The Image: Still Life

The assignment was to focus on textures and patterns for backgrounds or surfaces. These photographers created images that blended texture / subjects together to make images that are compelling and draw the viewer in. Let's take a look at the images. Barbara...

Behind the Image: Nicole Fernley

Nicole shot these images for the Still Life Class. The idea was to shoot a portrait and a landscape of the same image to see how the subject matter changes in the POV of the camera. She wanted a very soft, natural feel to the light. The photo at the top shows the...

07: Subject Properties: Part Three

Shiny or Glossy surfaces: The third of our major surface efficiencies is glossy or very shiny surfaces. The complete opposite of the textured surface, the glossy surface will record the reflection of the light source absolutely. That means we have to be very careful...

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