1. You will need to post 4 photos in the format I will list in below. You will need to write a correct caption for each. If you do not remember the format, refer to your blog where you did those last semester. You will need to open photoshop to complete this task.
Photo 1 - This is the photo of the subject running or moving directly at you - this photo should be saved at 30 pica x 42 pica (or 42px30p), in full color, and saved at 200 dpi/resolution. Don't forget to do color corrections by using levels.
Photo 2 -This is the photo of the subject running across the plane of the camera. - this photo should be saved at 30 pica x 42 pica (or 42px30p), in full color and at 180 dpi/resolution. Don't forget to do levels!!
Photo 3 - This is the "Panning" photo - make sure you pick one that is blurry except where you caught the subject correctly in focus. Submit your best one - I know this is hard to learn in 15 minutes so I will be forgiving with your grade on this one if you tried your best!! - this photo should be saved at 30 pica x 42 pica (or 42px30p), in full color and saved at 300 dpi/resolution. Don't forget to do color corrections in photoshop.
Photo 4 - This is your "blur" photo, you can submit any photo you want here as long as it shows motion and blur. Be creative and pick one that you think is cool looking - this photo should be saved at 30 pica x 42 pica (or 42px30p), in Black and White (greyscale) and saved at 150 dpi/resolution. If Black and White really ruins the approach to your photo, you are free to leave it in color if you want.
You must post each of these on your blog. I hope you remember how to do "levels" in photoshop and you remember how to crop, how to change from color to black and white and how to change the dpi/resolution. I will be able to tell if you did it right or wrong, so make sure to ask if you don't remember. Don't expect me to spend 20 minutes showing you how again, but I will give you some reminders. You can look at previous blogs, or ask a friend.