blues, reds, & greens: a photographic exercise
Today marks my 9th day of class so far, and I’m finally readjusting myself to the school life. After being on co-op and working for a whole semester, I’ve been having difficulty with a few basic schooling concepts:
once I’m home from class, I have to do more work?
I am steadily losing money, rather than making money?
I have to do work on the weekends, too?
I’m supposed to remember how to take a derivative? or an integral? or do any other basic calculus?
But rather than bore you with details of my engineering coursework, I’d prefer to share some in-progress shots from my first color digital photography assignment.
It’s the first photography class I’ve taken without a darkroom: I’ve got instant results, and Photoshop to play with.
It’s certainly easier than working in the darkroom, and significantly less time-consuming. But I can’t say I like it better. The darkroom is just such a wonderful place!
For our first assignment, we have to shoot three pictures: one in which the main item is blue, one in which the main item is red, and one in which the main item is green.
I’m not having any difficulty with the blues here at Case. But the greens are another challenge!
Next week I have to turn in one print using each color… can you help me choose between the blues?