communication technology at georgian bay district secondary: the future of photography

Archive for January, 2014

Introducing Semester 1 Photographer of the Year

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She has an excellent eye, her technical skills are high and she is diverse. This is really impressive. Well done Amber Blight.

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Final Keepers from Semester 1. Period A edition

Ok. So you guys are all last minute Louies! 127 images for period A alone. Some keepers:

Great pose, light and edit.

Great pose, light and edit.

We spend so much time and energy in the studio that we forget that natural light is SO phenomenal.

We spend so much time and energy in the studio that we forget that natural light is SO phenomenal.

Great edgy portrait.

Great edgy portrait.

Snowflake! There is that natural light again.

Snowflake! There is that natural light again.

Excellent portrait. Gotta love the ring light.

Excellent portrait. Gotta love the ring light.

What a beautiful location that totally deserves the pano treatment. Excellent work.

What a beautiful location that totally deserves the pano treatment. Excellent work.

Pushing the limits of digital technology. Try this with film. Not.

Pushing the limits of digital technology. Try this with film. Not.

Clamshell at its best.

Clamshell at its best.

This lighting technique is kinda where room222 started. Still one of my favourites.

This lighting technique is kinda where room222 started. Still one of my favourites.

Great eye contact. Movement in the hair. Natural light. Great capture.

Great eye contact. Movement in the hair. Natural light. Great capture.

What a great expression. Great light.

What a great expression. Great light.


Keepers Week 9

Here you go!


Keepers Week 8

Great break, but right back at it. Tonnes of great work submitted. Here’s the best of the best:


The Hills of Olmue

Thanks to Americo and David I was able to get to a high, dark location at about 1:00am. This is what we saw:

Captions wouldn’t do the spectacular awe and profound minuteness I felt justice. The universe is incomprehensibly large. And beautiful.

These were all shot off a tripod using a cable release with the D800. 14mm focal length; 25sec/f2.8/ISO1600. RAW.

We’re home now. A country, and people, that linger in the mind like memories of home.

See you all next week.