In class we created a set of sequential images in pairs.I created mine with...
The concept for my sequential images was lambs in Spring. The idea was I could show the movement and expression of the lambs as a practice project and to see how this worked creatively.
I used a Olympus E3 DSLR camera to take these images. I used an ISO of 500, F5.6 aperture and shutter speed of 1/800
I then used Pixlr to create a canvas to present my images on my blog in a professional manner.
Next I opened my images in Pixlr to check these and edit for quality control
I cropped all my images using the crop tool
IU also checked the lighting and quality to make sure they all looked consistent
I selected each image using 'select all' and then edit - copy and then I pasted into my canvas.
I then added text using the text tool on Pixlr
I changed the font Adolfine and the font size to 120 for the title and 100 for my name. I also made the text bold and left aligned the text for presentation.
Here is my final image that I have created for this practice
Reflection: I was happy with my final presentation of my images. This is a good practice using digital editing editing software. In my final images I will plan and create a real concept that will express sequential photography that will look professional and have a deeper concept.
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