One organization that has had a profound impact on my design development has been the Campus Activities Board (CAB). CAB is Point Park’s largest event planning organization. I have had the honor of working with them for the last 3 years, 2 of them as their Graphic Design Coordinator. The following are only a few designs from events out of a few hundred I have gotten the chance to design over the years.
One of the most important subjects I learned to shoot was Portraits and Animals. This is significant because Portraits and Animals can often be difficult to find the right settings, as well as take a good photo while the person or animal is relatively still. Details below photos.
An assignment for my Introduction to Digital Photography class included making Panoramas. The following images were made up of hundreds of photos and were later compiled into one panorama via Adobe Photoshop.
One of the most common photos for artists to take is their environment. The following are different landscape photos, most taken at different times of the day. These photos were used both for leisurely purposes, as well as class examples for lighting, depth of field and aperture techniques. Details are listed below photos.
This was my final project for my Introduction to Digital Photography class. We were to create a series of images that told a story. I chose to photograph a series that told the vibes of being in a band and loving music. Photo information is below each. All photos taken in Philadelphia area, Fall 2015.
As a designer, there are times where you need to break away from the structure of a brief or specific speculations. It’s good to freely create anything digitally, in order to keep up with techniques and styles. The following are what I created in my free time.