Here is a PDF copy of the Human Condition, just in case you lost or forgot yours. Due on Monday!
Today you received the handouts for the Human Condition Assignment. Below are a few examples of the project from previous students, and also copies of the handouts:
This weekend you will be photographing using a pinhole attachment on your DSLR. Below are some examples from students in the past, and here are a few tips:
So, this weekend you should be photographing “expressive portraits.” I’ve showed you a lot of examples, both from professional photographers, as well as from previous students. Remember the following suggestions/requirements:
Hey all – I’m out sick today, so your going to be on your own. I showed you yesterday how to check focus of your images and how to rate them on a scale of 1-5 (remember – select an image and press control and then the number you want to rate the image). If you need a quick reminder, here is a really OLD video I made a few years ago about the process. It’s still basically the same idea, although it may look a little different now. I should be back tomorrow. Have a great day!
Here is a pretty short demo video that shows you how to import your photos using Adobe Bridge. I may have changed one or two small things about this since I recorded this video so just remember the following guidelines, regardless of what I say in the video:
This weekend, you are shooting your first assignment. I have a couple of reminders you should read:
Hey everyone – In my rush to get you the camera load letter today just before the class period ended, I did not realize that I had forgotten to check the “print both sides” button. I think about roughly 1/2 of you grabbed the second sheet, which, of course, is not what you really need! I have uploaded the loan letter and linked it below so you can print it out at home. You have until Friday to get them to me if you need to borrow a camera, because you will need to shoot your first assignment this weekend. If you have any questions, please email me, or talk to me in class tomorrow.
Tomorrow I will be introducing your first assignment, and the Friday will be devoted to questions and getting ready for your first shoot! (So exciting!!!)
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