Skylights help you see what kind of lighting you can achieve when using different lights and placing them different ways. You can set this up on a mobile device or through your computer and see what the lighting will look like and how you can arrange it once you have planned it out. Great for any studio photographer! It's also a free app if you install it on your iphone or ipad.
Monday, July 30, 2012
Thursday, July 26, 2012
Monday, July 23, 2012
Friday, July 20, 2012
http://www.diyphotography.net/how-to-shoot-a-liquid-flow Sorry about that I'm not sure why the link didn't show up. I'm hoping to try this out and post some shots! Galina M. Eccles
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Hey Photo peeps,
Welcome to Photo 2A at MGSA. I hope this blog will be an additional useful learning tool for you as you make your way through the course. This course will be accompanying the Sakai site I have set up for the class. I will be posting lots of interesting links, articles, artists several times each week and I expect your participation! There are many ways to participate in this part of the course; You can add to the blog, comment on peoples posts, submit a post about an interesting aspect of photography or practitioner/artist who uses photography in unusual and thought-provoking ways.
Alongside this blog, I will be posting the websites of important galleries, artists and technical sites that will aid in your learning in Photo 2A.
Here's to a great class! (and a wonderful example of Peep Art!)