The differences between adobe photo shop and lightroom:
That when you enter lightroom, the editing is right in front of you, while if you enter photoshop, you will have to open it up through files and edits, which can be confusing to some and take longer. Another difference would be that photoshop has way too many extra buttons which can be a good thing because they have a wide variety of editing options. Lastly, lightroom its harder to learn how to save photos into your files and open them into lightroom.
Some of the similarities
between the two would be that they both have basic editing controls
They both are easy to use once you understand how to use them.
They both also have extra editing features that we can use if we learn how to use it.
How I think they achieved this photo was by having a very very VERY slow shutterspeed. They had people draw these in the back when the person was taking the photo. They had to draw really fast because the shutterspeed thing doesn’t last that long. I applauded them for how fast they did this because if I were to do this, I would’ve failed miserably. I bet they had to take more than one take because of how Fast they had to get it in the shutterspeed. I also think that they had to take advantage of the darkness because if it was in the light the lights (that were used in the photo), would’ve not been seeable. I also think they used the trees because it made the background appear darker. And lastly, they used multiple people to do this so they can both get the drawing and so they can get the people in the lights.
1. The difference between raw vs jpeg is the size. The raw photo covers every detail giving control to the editor, while JPEG has more advantage when it comes to the size, this is because the data they have is compressed
2. The raw file is bigger.
3.You can change raw file into aa jpeg once your photos are on the computers, this is by exporting another photo into a jpeg. This will take a new photo, but it will be saved into jpeg.
4. If I was shooting for an important event, I would use raw. This because I have the ability to change it so if I need to change it into a jpeg later on I can. I also feel that I can also do many different things with the raw that I can’t with the JPEG.
Mysterious, dia de los muertos, makeup, cute, cool, dark, light, mysterious, likable, shade, shadow, camersa, photo, by me, sparkle, light, dark, smile, light, live, laugh, love, day of the dead, Halloween, ancestors, loved ones.
The purpose of the main light is to keep the light on the subject to make it seen in the dark or white background.
The fill light is to fill in any dark spots the photographer desires.
The lighting patterns is the black background that shows off the paint more, and then the second one would just be the lighter one of the bunch.
It’s actually pretty darn easy to understand. White balance refers to the process of removing color casts in images. Most cameras allow you to adjust your white balance settings before ever taking a photo. Then pick the preset that most closely matches the lighting conditions you’re experiencing in order to start taking photos. Note that you can also use an “incorrect” white balance to exaggerate the conditions of the scene.
Sunny- This feature works for mid morning/mid afternoon.
Shade- This feature works for scenarios in which they are in the shade.
Clouds- This feature work for the outdoors, and adds overcast to photos.
Flash- Which works for scenes lit by standard off-camera speedlights and pop-up flashes
Incandescent- This feature works for things that happen indoor.
Flourenscent- this helps add more effect to photos with lightbulbs that are flourenscent.
15.00 mm Focal length, Exposure1/200, f/5.0: iso; 3200
15.00 FOCAL LENGTH, EXPOSURE 1/1000, F/5.0, ISO 3200
ARRON SISKIND (photos ARE KIND OF LOW QUALITY SORRY)
His WORK GIVES OFF MYSTERIOUS VIBES. I LOVE THE BLACK AND WHITE THEME BECAUSE THE COLOR SHOWS OFF MANY THINGS ABOUT THE PHOTO. Like hidden details that might not pay as much attention if IT WAS REGULAR COLOR.