This picture is from one of my most favorite photo shoots I ever did, Building 19. I was in New Bedford and happened to drive by this and it caught my eye, I have some type of love for urban photography. I find so much beauty in the least beautiful things throughout run down cities. Now this building is knocked down and flowers were planted where it once stood. I don't edit my pictures much maybe the levels a little or taking out something distracting in the picture.
As you can tell these pictures are taken midday when the sun is at it's highest and most days, brightest! The sun is directly on ASh's face in the pictures showing their glasses and even casting shadows in the third picture. The picture is taken close up to Ash's face, too see and bring out features. You can also see the cast on the water in pictures 1 and 2.
Channel Mixer vs. Greyscale
Within creating the pinhole camera we had to do it in the dark so the light sensitive paper wouldn't be ruined by the classroom lights. We had to create a hole in a piece of metal from a pin and the pin I chose was smaller so my hole was smaller. next we taped duct tape over the hole on the camera and tapped the light sensitive paper into the camera. Next we went out and chose to where we wanted to hand ours up, I chose to hand mine up on the scoreboard facing the soccer fields. I left it up for about a week, making sure it was in the sunlight so it could capture the picture from the sun exposure. As you can see in my pictures there are little dots that look like snow that was either dust that got into the pinhole camera or rain that had gotten in.
Colors Part 2
For the pinhole outside of school I placed the pinhole in front of my house on the fence facing my front door. I had placed the pinhole out there for a couple weeks. I did not have strong tap though and it fell which is why the photo is shaky and a bit crooked. The sun doesn't always shine where I placed it becuase of the fence, the building and the trees, but from the time the sun comes up around 6am until about 8am there is no shade over there. Sometimes the wind would put the camera down as well, causing the shakiness. I had this camera facing a different direction then the last one, this one was vertical as to the other one was horizontal. This pinhole isn't in full focus because of the movment but you can still make out what it took a picture of, but the first picture had these grain marks on it, in which we think was from the weather or maybe the shavings from the hole that I had flattened. I like how the second pinhole you can see more of what is going on and what the picture is as to the first one you couldn't see much due to the spots.