In timely fashion, complete these each of these Advanced Photography Projects.
Portraits Using a LCD Projection
Use and LCD projector to create at least TWO interesting photo shoots. Let your imagination run wild. You should try many images, map the light on a model and the background. Compliment your work with some photo editing to bring your pictures to perfection,
Make usual photographs look different, or add extra meaning to them, by simply cutting out some silhouette on a sheet of paper and taking a shot through it. You should choose at least TWO interesting combinations, like shooting nature through shapes of animals, and/or shoot for contrast by shooting a highly technological landscape through the shape(s) of trees.
Reproduce Famous Paintings
Employ your photography project by reproducing at least TWO well known paintings. You choose the level of similarity with the original, the only rule is to keep it recognizable. You can start off by simply imitating poses and general composition of the painting and slowly get to adding all of the original props to the photo.
Drawing Directly onto Photographs
Draw on TWO of YOUR (photographs that you took) photographs. Use this fun photography technique to hook your viewers with striking combination of drawn and photographed objects. You can think about this type of project as creating augmented reality in your photos. You can do the drawing-over both by digital editing, and/or printing the photo and then using markers or pencils (depending on the type of printing paper you’ve used).
Shadows of Objects
Incorporate shadows into a project in a creative way.
Photograph at least TWO different settings.
You can use objects to create shadows that appear like something different (shown in the example). And/or you can capture shadows without objects themselves in frame to create a type of “shadow composition”.