For this project I got my idea to use a statue of Joseph Smith reading the scriptures while studying in the living room of my home where the statue sits on top of a curio cabinet. I thought that the statue would be fun and show good detail through the pictures.
I love this picture because, it shows good detail on the statue as well as the rock it is on.
I like the lighting on this one, but I preferred the one in my project that similar to this one because it showed more detail.
I like this one because of the way that it focuses on his head and the rest is blurry.
Process: I began by selecting a subject and location. Using my Cannon Rebel T5, I positioned my subject in various situations at the location site and photographed it. I varied the position, lighting, angle and camera settings. Upon completion of the photo shoot, I used Lightroom to edit the images. I imported the edited images into Adobe Photoshop to create my project.
Critique: I posted my rough draft on the Facebook page for peer and teacher feedback. Jennifer Rockwood, Carol Enriquez, Keestan Willes, and Sister Van Sistine posted feedback. I took the critiques offered into consideration. Sister Van Sistine and Jennifer Rockwood reminded me to change my fonts and align my images. I took the opportunity to critique Bailey Alexander and Yurili Castillio. I encouraged them to use different focal points and clear text.