Macro photography is a lot of fun! I still need to practice more because nearly all my images turned out blurry; it looked like they had camera shake. I was disappointed, but here are a few that turned out! I'll continue to improve!
The final Bannack Post (at least for now) is my fine art photographs. This includes a variety of closeups, far-aways, and in-betweens, and several different subjects and angles. Enjoy!
One of the most interesting and fun things about the trip to Bannack was having models! People came to model for us dressed in legit Wild West gear, and we got to use different types of flashes and lights, and it was a whole lot of fun! Here are some highlights. ~Smoke~ Natural Light She… Continue reading Portrait Photography
Introduction This advertisement can be found on Christopher Elston's Photography website. It features his photography and is part of a "Free You" ad campaign series by Pocono Mountains. Analysis 1: The Original Ad Design: This ad is simple, but well-designed. The contrast is the most prominent design feature: the dark blue text on the white… Continue reading Free You
Typography This magazine spread demonstrates good use of typography. The title and "heading letters" (as outlined in dark blue) are all made of sans serif, bold, capital letters. As circled in the second "T" in the original title, the letters are without serifs. I also loved the use of colors in this spread, with the… Continue reading My Turn
Ladies and gentleman, today I present to you a stunning masterpiece of advertising: an ad for Sargento Sweet Balanced Breaks®. The word choice is, I suppose, a little cheesy ;), but the design is effective and well-presented. The advertisement: Image taken from Sargento Cheese's Pinterest account: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/360850988886781154/ Copyright Sargento Foods Incoporated Advertising Sargento's Sweet Balanced Breaks® Product… Continue reading It’s a little bit…cheesy