Panorama

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I got it done! I can tell that this is a new low for me to procratinate this much. Anyway, like previously mentioned, I procrastinated, so I get to do the cool square panorama thing. I just did the plain stitch photos together type panorama.

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Car advertisement

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ISO 100

Lens Length 50mm

Shutter Speed 1/400

Aperture f/9

Ya, so I didn’t try super hard on this as you can tell. I wasn’t in the imaginative mood. It took me three different tries to get a descent enough picture of a car to use for this. First I tried to use my gross old truck, and the curb was in the way so I decided to use a nicer car. Then I went out and found this car and used a long lens. All the pictures were blurry when I came back inside to edit them. Finally, I used the short 50 mm lens and got a good enough photo to use it.

Environmental Portrait

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ISO 125

Lens Length 20.5 mm

Aperture f/4.6

Shutter Speed 1/200

This image was taken in Ecuador when a couple of these ladies showed us what there farming life is life. They gave us a tour of there fields and a neat little llama/alpaca museum. I took this picture because I thought it was kind of neat to watch them walk around spinning llama wool. They like spun the dowl and wool at the same time to make a string type thing.

Portrait Retouch

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Aperture f/8.0

Shutter Speed 1/100

ISO 100

Lens Length 70.0mm

After arguing about how to better Collins eyes, I finally got them done. I also don’t remember the flash settings. Some of the other things I made changes to would be, his teeth, face color (so he didn’t look like a ghost), and other small blemishes. I also did the smoothing  tool to get rid of some the little hairs on his chair, and such. I got rid of the bags under his eyes using the patch tool, and then blending it.

Flare Lens

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For this photo I don’t have any of the settings. It was taken on an iPhone. After a very rough track workout, Kinz and Ky wanted to take some neat pictures with the sunset. I thought it would be cool to take it with the sun behind them. Since they were back to back I knelt down to get a cool angle of the sun in-between the backs.  This week just happened to be flare also, so I used this image.

Flash

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Lens Length 70.0 mm

ISO 100

Shutter Speed 1/100

Aperture f/5.6

I am not sure I did this correctly. I hope there are enough shadows, and I didn’t put the histogram on here. But if you look at it, it has the correct exposure. I personally think his face looks a little over exposed.