Northwestern Michigan College revived the Color Photography (Photo II) class this semester, so I dove in the moment registration opened up. We’ve only turned in two assignments so far: When It’s Blue Out/Color Mismatch (dual assignment) and As Close As You Can Get. The current assignment is a two week look at depicting dreams, and by late next week we need to have one completed “dreamy” photo turned in.
But first, here are my favorites from the “Color Mismatch” portion of assignment #1. Our instructor wanted us to just “have fun with it” and go crazy with color balance and various colorization options in Photoshop. Mine ended up primarily psychedelic.
I’ve owned my Canon Rebel t3i for two years now, but decided to take a class this semester to learn how to better utilize its features. So far we’ve turned in nine assignments (currently working on the 10th—HDR) covering varying topics. Below are some of my favorite images from each assignment.
There’s also an art show that starts April 11th at the college. I submitted three of my photos to it, and popped by yesterday to discover that two of them were accepted (all three are pictured below as well). =)
Introduction Project: Feet
(Yes, exactly that – pictures of feet.)
Art Show Submissions
|Blue Light Writing (not in show)
also from Assignment #2
|Corner Loft at Twilight
also from Assignment #8
|Agate Thunderegg in Black & White
also from Assignment #3
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