For the final project in our Weddings Module taught by Moshe Zusman at Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts, we photographed a bride and groom (Paul and Kim) in their wedding attire and got a little extra help from … Continue reading
This was our final assignment for Portrait Photography II at Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts (CDIA). On the last day of class we were introduced to Victor, who was to be our client. Victor was in need of some creative portraits for his acting career. We had literally 15 minutes to complete this assignment and we were timed. Nothing like putting on the pressure to force out some creativity!
This mini session started with a handshake and ended with Victor jumping three feet in the air! I think he had a good time :)
I had a lot of fun during my last class of the studio lighting module. Since I had my assignments complete, I decided to play around with some water drop photography. I watched an excellent tutorial by Gavin Hoey that I found on youtube. You can watch it here. It was a fairly easy set up and I got the variety of colors from a variation of sheer backgrounds ( specifically a pretty scarf thanks to Amy ), and food coloring drops. My set up was pretty much exactly like in the video except I used a pyrex baking dish instead of the painter’s tray. Next time I think I’m going to try it with milk for a different look. These were some of my favorites…