My sad attempt at MOPA

I did not realize that Mopa was not open on the 13th, however I did get some good shots of Balboa park. I plan to go back tomorrow and take some more photos of this wonderful place and get a sweet selfie for this blog as well as my Social media platforms. 😛 I am had a lot of fun regardless, and still made it early for class and I really want to thank Deborah Small for offering this, but I need to not screw up and go when it is closed. Despite this, I googled the exhibition and found that my inspiration for this shoot is John Gossange as his black and white landscapes serve as in inspiration for all but one that I also kept in Color. I feel that Landscapes are an interesting form of photography as you can just be one with the camera and whatever you are shooting

. I find Black and white landscaping to be rather fascinating. Some of the photos that I saw on Google from him are all in Black and white, so I felt that editing in B&W is a tribue or a nod to him. Despite this, I should have photographed MOPA and gotten a Selfie of that, but tomorrow is another day. I hope to get a Part 2 of this blog post with my actual reactions and perhaps a Reshoot of the photos with my favorite artist from that exhibit. In the end, I enjoyed doing this assignment. Sorry, for not having anything from the get go.

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Photobooth

Today, I went and did a traveling photobooth around the waterfront park. This photobooth does have a video (that will be uploaded tomorrow), but I got to meet some nice people and had a good time, despite my setbacks. I had to move the photobooth from one location to another within the park as the backdrop was probably not a good idea in the wind. I think a simpler design against the wall in the later photos was probably a better idea. I really don’t know these people, but they seemed to enjoy having their pictures taken and even got them some water, as to reward them to their time. One of the people gave me idea in the first round to switch sides for better lighting, and that seemed like a good idea. Though the photos did clean up rather well. I used a rental lens this time, from a camera store and it seems to work very well for this assignment. I love the Tamron 24-70 IS 2.8 as that lens works out well. I probably should re do this, but I think I have some contenders in the wall for 16×20 portraits. I did some in Black and White and Color, as I think it makes it more unique. I used a variable ISO, despite the lens having a low ISO. This lens would probably go well in low light situations.

I did have to ask people as I forgot to bring my sign (grr). Despite that, I still was able to get the photos I wanted to get. I probably should have gotten more people, but it was getting late. Other than that, I had a blast. I hope I don’t get docked too much on some of the things I said in the post.

I can’t really say I have a favorite photo, but the Dog was really nice and the little girl has a great rembrandt style lighting, though it does have a bit of natural light. Everything was lit naturally. I think next time I will do it indoors. I hope you all enjoy it.