I did these beach icons for Vector Graphics. I’m really getting used to Adobe Illustrator and I’m super amazed at how much I could do with it! I’m really learning a lot! This blog is part of my professional portfolio, so even if this isn’t my best work, I think that it would be nice to see the progression in my work over this semester (and other semesters as well).
I’ve known Audrey for like 4 years and I was so excited to take their family photos! We went to this beautiful little orchard and we found some really unique spots for these good looking people! I was so lucky they gave me this opportunity and I am so happy with the outcome! They have such a cute little family!!
Wow before I was a photographer I thought photoshoots were these fun little adventures that you just get too do willy nilly. And they are totally a blast, don’t get me wrong. Boy it’s different on the other side. As an amateur photgrapher, I spent most of my thinking time on my camera settings and getting Alyssa to “smile for real”. I just wanted to sit down and be real for a second about how challenging these can be; at least for me. It takes at least 7-8 shots to get a decent one… We may have taken near 200 shots and only liked 25-30 of them. Be patient and know that real photography is fun, but it’s also a true task!
I had so much fun in COMM 300(Digital Imaging). I learned so much about digital imaging. I took a film class in high school so I knew some basic settings, but I loved learning these things. It was so interesting to watch everyone develop styles and comfort zones(including myself). I have learned from my peers, from my instructor, and also from my camera!
I loved the trip that we took to Bannack, it really solidified my abilities and interests. I am so glad we got to go and I am forever grateful for the things that I learned.
I used Adobe Indesign to create this photobook. I used all of my own images and their accompanying edits. I edited all the images in this book using Adobe Photoshop.