For my Client #4 Assignement, my Professor Chuck told us to photograph a dozen eggs. We could style the eggs however we liked, the only restraits were that the final image had to be a 12x12 crop, and must include all 12 eggs. I immediatly thought of breakfast and ran with it. I remembered seeing these adorable egg crates from Anthropologie©, so I ran up to Greensboro and purchased some. I figured that brown eggs would look more appropriate than plain white eggs and give it a more 'country' feel. I included the Better Homes and Gardens© Cookbook to give it a definate kitchen setting. I wanted to include a cracked egg with the egg yolk and a wisk to make it seem like baking or breakfast is about to happen. All together, I'm very happy with my image.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Alicia Irivn , and we created this awesome Ad for Silk PureAlmond© Milk.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
So, as many did not know, last week was National Biscuit and Gravy Week according to The Cooking Club of America, So Shana Jarrett & I decided to ring in this holiday by celebrating with our entire class. We brought it upon ourselves to organize a huge breakfast for our class, which included home made Gravy from our famous Neeses Sausage, biscuits, cinnamon buns, donuts, fruit, croissants, waffles, orange juice, and a few other items. Our awesome professor, Chuck, then decided to break out some Polaroid film that expired back in 2004 for our class to play with for the day. Each of us took head shots and then some goofy pictures and hung them on our bulletin board to "claim our stake", this is a little sample of what our awesome day consisted of!
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
We had an assignment in my digital class where we had to take a 360 panoramic photograph, edit it in Lightroom, then compile it all together into Photoshop, and distort it to create "our little world". I took my photographs right outside of the Photography Department.