Photograms. In short, this was not my favorite assignment. Designed to help us understand more about light and the photographic printing process, the photogram assignment was more rewarding in hindsight.
Before I enrolled in the digital photography course in university, I first took their introductory black and white class. Since, I was posting the work from that class on the Blogger blog (that sounds weird, but whatever), I’m moving those posts over to here as well!
For the second assignment in my digital photography course, we were taught the basics of color theory. The instructions required five photos, each highlighting a different term: neutral tones, warm tones, cool tones, monochromatic, and complementary.
This was the first real assignment of the semester. We had to draw out of a hat our assignment from a book called, The Photographer’s Playbook. My professor was hoping I’d receive this one in particular. Continue reading Digital: The Photographer’s Playbook