The final assignment was to take a picture of a vehicle and “get creative” with it. So I decided to take a picture of my car (thus satisfying the vehicle part of the assignment) at night (“creative” bit, I hoped). As with the previous assignments, I found that lighting a car at night was *much* more problematic than you think it would be. It proved beyond me I’m afraid and I was not particularly successful. Continue reading “Strobist Boot Camp 4”
A study by Pear Analytics concluded that 40.5% of messages published on Twitter is “pointless babble”. The company found that only 8.7% of messages could be said to have “value.” Learn what categories the rest of the Tweets fall under here: http://mashable.com/2009/08/12/twitter-analysis/
Definitely the toughest of the assignments so far. First and most obviously, lighting a room is *much* harder than it looks. But beyond that, I had a very hard time finding a room that was worth photographing at all. Frankly, I had never even given any thought to taking a picture of a room whatsoever. Continue reading “Strobist Boot Camp 3”
Game over man! Game over!
I have owned a Nikon D70 dSLR now for almost two years but haven’t been serious about using it until recently. What got me excited a few weeks ago is strobist.com. Continue reading “Strobist Boot Camp 1”