Posts from the ‘Photography’ category

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For an assignment in INTE 5680 Producing Media for Learning, I made an audio podcast with a color theme. I chose to write a poem about loving Colorado storms, but missing the ocean. I used Garage Band to record, and uploaded the track to Sound Cloud.

https://soundcloud.com/christina-moore-648890820/deep-blue-poem

Photography, audio, poem and mixing by Christina Moore. 2 soundtracks used for the background.

Thunderstorm: Patty Jewet, Colorado Springs, CO, USA – Front Range Thunderstorm by Sylvia Shale, Published June 10, 2016, Usage Attribution 3.0, archive.org/details/aporee_32450_37311

Ocean: Lagos, beach, Atlantic ocean, by Frank Schulte, Published December 1, 2009, Usage Attribution-Share Alike 3.0, archive.org/details/aporee_5762_7243

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I’ve been working on a term project on how to hit the reset button on your career, and start over fresh. I have collected a bunch of quotes, that I’ve found inspirational over the years, and applied them to some of my photography. Feel free to download them, and use them in your own materials, if they resonate with you. -Cheers!

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My life is so much fuller with my golden retriever Murphy. If you’re looking for a great organization to volunteer for, check out Golden Retriever Rescue of the Rockies (GRRR). Murphy wasn’t a rescue, but our next will be. We volunteer there at least once a month, walking the pups. http://www.goldenrescue.com/

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Many people struggle with setting their white balance to be accurate in their photography. Using a black, white and gray card is a super quick, easy and inexpensive way of making sure your colors turn out accurately. This is a no brainer, for anyone who uses Photoshop, and shoots professional photography.

Here is a link to show you the process: http://digital-photography-school.com/get-your-white-balance-right-in-seconds-using-grey-card/

Here is a link to an inexpensive black, white and gray card for purchase: https://amzn.com/B012TI52FS

As a general summary: Shoot the cards in the scene with your subject, then shoot without the cards as you normally would. When you are in Photoshop, add a levels adjustment layer, set the black white and gray eyedroppers to those colored cards in your photo. Voila!

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