Studio Portraits Assessment
In this photo, the light is coming from the bottom left. The light is falling on the models face and body from down under which gives it a spooky look to it. The shadows in this photo also give the image a spooky look. There are shadows caused by her nose, her hair near her forehead and neck, the shell casting a shadow on her sweater and shirt, and the flowers down under are casting a slight shadow on her sweater as well. The model is situated head on. I included her torso in the image as well. The models body is facing the camera but her head is turned to the side and she is looking to the side. I took this image vertically. My point of view was straight on. I did not shoot at an angle for this photo. She is positioned in the lower left of the photo. I was about a couple feet away from the model. The light and her facial expression go together since the light is facing up on her giving her the spooky look along with the seriousness and looking away. The image gives out a feeling of suspicion. The aspect of the models personality that is showing is how she is presenting herself as serious in this image.
Removing Unwanted Items (Before and After)
Double Exposure Assignment
I chose this image of Jill for my double exposure. The two objects relate compositionally because Jill is reading a book while being "in the clouds". This landscape in the background is meant to let readers know how much interested and into this book Jill is. To combine these two images together, I clicked on File-arrange, let image flow in all windows and dragged the image of Jill over to the clouds background. Then I played around with the opacity of the photo to make it look and blend best with the background photo. My images relate conceptually because they give off a feeling of distraction from all surroundings. The clouds represent zoning out all other thoughts.