Take your camera outside during daylight and photograph the same scene using different white-balance settings. Move indoors and repeat the exercise with shooting in a tungsten-lighting environment. Finally, find a fluorescent light source and repeat this one more time. Pay close attention to how each setting affects your images’ overall colour cast in different lighting […]
Throughout this lesson, you’ve learnt about the various inventors that contributed to the art of photography. Choose one, do some additional research and, in your own words, write a report on why you think the chosen inventor contributed to modern photography.
Look at the mood board you created in the previous lesson task and use it for inspiration to create a logo for the fitness coaching brand. You are free to choose whether you want to add a tag line or not. Since doing the Moodboard for the Fitness Coaching Brand in a previous lesson task, […]
Design a book cover for one of the titles below. You need to choose one of the seven colour schemes and explain why you chose this scheme. For instance: ‘The Secret Garden’ by Frances Hodgson Burnett could be created using secondary colours to express naivety, honesty and harmony. – ‘Lord of the flies’ by William […]
Source of photo used in these practical examples: João Sanfins https://unsplash.com/photos/SnyAUL9pWrA Create a fluorescent duotone using a Gradient Map adjustment layer. Apply a monochrome look (choose a different colour than black/greyscale). Split toning of the image (note that the tool in Photoshop for ‘Split Toning’ was changed to ‘Color Gradient’). Freestyle: Create a colour effect […]