Look what I found the past few days! Comm 300 – Section 1
This is a collection of incredible mages I found while browsing through my students’ blogs from section 1 of Comm 300 Digital Imaging. Congratulations to these students for capturing these inspiring images! You are so talented and I appreciate your hard work this semester.
Incredible Creative Photodesign from my Comm 316 Professional Imaging Students
Congratulations to all my students for their amazing creative photo projects! It was hard to narrow it down to this group, because there were so many excellent and unique projects. But I finally narrowed it down to these. Be sure to click the link below each project to see the students websites and see more of their work and read how they captured these creative images. Check out the student websites by clicking the link under their image. Enjoy!
HELAMAN HIGLEY: (Above) CLICK HERE to see student blog post
Meet my Professional Imaging students – Win 2017
I am so proud of my students this semester in my Comm 316 Professional Imaging course. Each one of them has an awesome website of beautiful, creative, versatile imagery and design. You could hire any of them and be very happy about it. Check out their website, by clicking the link under their fine art image below.
These large fine art prints are framed and on display in the Spori foyer this week Thursday, March 2 – Thursday March 9, so come by to see the full size display if you are in the area. Here is our group in February while on our three-day photo excursion to Victor – Jackson and the Tetons! We had hands-on workshops with so many different genres of photography: food and product, macro, light painting, long exposure, portraiture, posing lighting, wildlife, landscape. Since then we have been doing creative photoart, and next we have a fashion shoot and do architectural photography. Each student practices SEO to get their work at the top of search topics with 10 million of more web results.
We also practice web design skills and set up a marketing plan with pricing and contracts for their own businesses. Students created movie posters to introduce themselves at the start and they will design a Creative Resume Handout for their final project. I am so pleased to introduce my students and their incredible work here. Enjoy!
HANGING THE PRINTS PARTY! – Photos by Douglas Phan, my amazing TA
I’m so pleased with the excellent student images for the Macro assignment in Comm 300 Digital Imaging. Be sure to click the link below their image to see each student blog post. Congratulations to the students being featured here this week for their awesome close up shots. Check back each week during the semester to see different students featured.
MACRO – Featured Students:
Macro Photography from my Professional Imaging Students
The macro photography from the students in my Comm 316 Professional Imaging class this semester is simply amazing. Here are some featured highlights from four students who just nailed this project! Be sure to click the links below the images to check out these students’ websites.
Christine Taylor – Lexy Wagner – Julia Meireles – Emilyn Prestwich
Check out these excellent student images and click the link below their image to see their whole blog post. Congratulations to the students being featured here this week for their awesome portraits. I am so happy with the excellent results from this assignment. Check back each week during the semester to see different students featured.
Week 5 Featured Students:
Graduate Portraits and Balance the Light Workshop! Feb 2
Comm 316 Professional Imaging – Sky Mountain Lodge – Victor, Idaho
Check out a sample of the images my students captured on our photo excursion for Comm 316 Professional Imaging. Day 2 included great workshops and hands-on shooting all day long at the Sky Mountain Lodge in Victor, Idaho. Here are a few highlights from our Day 2 slideshow when the students share the images they took that day. Congratulations to these students for being featured!
On-the-Spot! Feb. 1 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Comm 316 Professional Imaging – Class Excursion
Here are some of the student highlights from our day to the Jackson Hole area on February 1. It was snowing much of the day but we had a great time and the students came back with incredible images!
The Movie Poster project is a favorite in Comm 316 at BYU-Idaho
I always look forward to see how my students will portray themselves through a movie poster in my Comm 316 Professional Imaging course. Each student selects a real or fictitious movie to showcase their life and style. The following students are being featured for their creative and well executed designs. I was impressed with the quality lighting and image editing techniques of all my students’ work. Who wouldn’t want to hire any one of them? Be sure to click on the link below each project to visit the student’s blog post on their website.
Congratulations to Sarah Rodebush, Emily Froelich, Ben Fagersten, Emma Simkins, Emily Birkmeyer
Week 4: Perspective of 12 – Capture 12 different perspective of the same subject.
Create a collage and blend a texture into one of the 12 images
Check out these excellent student images and click the link below their image to see their whole blog post. Congratulations to the students being featured here this week for the creative Perspective of 12 assignment. I challenged them to capture 12 unique angles and views of the same subject, including different focal lengths and creative Photoshop edits. They blended a texture into one image and created a collage. I am so happy with the excellent results from this assignment. Check back each week during the semester to see different students featured.
Week 4 Featured Students:
Section 1 Tim Russon; Camille Prusse
Section 2: Allyson Jenson; Cassie Wagstaff; Cynthia Carter