1) My biggest accomplishment/s this year were... I was proud of them because....
I am proud of everything I have learned in photography and cinematography.
2) The most important things I learned in this class are...
I learned a lot of photoshop and scratch techniques.
3) My greatest contribution to the Advanced Media class was...because...
Probably the stuff I helped with Shrek.
4) Something I wish I would have done if I had more time or did things differently is...because...
I would have liked to have tried some type of timelapse photography.
5) My favorite part/s about Advanced Media Arts class is/are... because...
Being able to have freedom of creativity and go wherever my mind takes me.
6) Here are some things I would change about this class, or suggestions to make it better...
I would teach lessons once or twice a week, like for example, the basics of photograph, like exposure (Shutter, Aperture, ISO).
This is a small Scratch abstract art project I've made, I guess I made it to "prove" that even a computer could make it. Here is a link to try it yourself: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/109286403/
I enjoyed the trip because we got to walk around the ark and have fun in the park, I also liked the "surreal" painting on inequality and racism. I was displeased with the extremely expensive art that was just stripes and one-colored canvases, or paintings with just random scribbles. I did enjoy many of the sculptures on the lower floor that were from Vietnam though. There was also an cool painting upstairs in the staircase.
I did several projects including a Photoshop project and took a lot of photos.
I have learned how to use Photoshop and paint things/make photoshop artwork. I learned how to:
-Put things in other pictures, without it looking unnatural or out of place, which can be extremely difficult at times.
-I also learned how to paint things realistically in Photoshop.
I have finished my previous project and have begun a snowflake photography project, where we take macro photos of snowflakes. As of now we are still researching how we will do this. We are also planning to do some winter photography of the school. We also need to find out what equipment we will need to do the snowflake photography, as this usually requires a ring flash and potentially a different lens. We plan to use a Nikon 5500D with a Nikon DX 18-55 mm lens for the winter photography and we will probably use the same set-up for the snowflake photography.