Friday, September 24, 2010

Week 5

 In these two photos I corrected them and then merged them together. When I first merged them together it cut out the horses and just put the people together. So I took the two pictures with horses and put them together so that it gave it another perspective.
The last picture is of the gym. It did not turn out the way it was suppose to but. Its kind of interesting so I kept. The picture is from a completely different angle in this picture and it cuts out the middle eagle.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Week 4

The picture below is a picture of a giraffe and praying mantis combined.
 The picture above is a combination of a raccoon and a baby bear. 
The last picture is a combination of a horse and a leopard.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Week 3

In the picture to the left I took a colored photo of tulips made it black and white. Then placed a graffiti background on top of it.  I enhanced the coloring in the graffiti picture a little bit to make it pop a bit more in the back ground of the flowers.

In the picture the right is a picture I took and just placed a texture on it and adjusted the brightness and contrast to what I liked best.  I picked the texture I did because I thought it made the stuff closer to us have a different look and I liked how it made the stuff in the background look a little blurred.

The picture to the left. I added a green feather for texture and then messed with colors in it to make a blue tint. I then used the paint brush and erase tool to make the "KTD" pop away from the background.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Week 2

This picture is a water fountain right behind the bleachers on the football field. I used the rule of thirds and angle of perspective to bring the eye to the water fountain.

In this picture I used line to the lead the eye to the top of the bleachers and just to show how long they are. Also with this side shot of the bleachers its shows the complexity of the bleachers.

With this picture I used many photographing skills. I used angle of perspective, I filled the frame, and I used the rule of thirds. This picture was taken at the kiddie park behind the high school. 

This is a picture of a swing chain. I de-cluttered the background in this photo, leaving the main focus on the chain and all the different angles that it has. I also use the angle to show the length of the chain.