I really liked this project. I felt that by looking at Picture Library websites were really helpful.
My main strugle with the project was the newspaper/ iPad photo. It took me a very long time to get the newspaper, iPad and coffee in one shot. The first time I did this shot I spilt coffee all over the newspapers, which then I had to re-buy them and take the photos again.
I really liked how all the photos turned out. I think of them are eye catching.
Out of the three photos for the project, this one was the hardest for me. I had a lot of trouble trying to get the name of the paper in the shot with the coffee and iPad. Then I spilt the coffee all over the newspaper and iPad. Which then I had buy the newspapers again to do the shoot.
I wanted the photo to look natural, so I had the newspapers as the background and the main focus was the coffee and iPad.
For my building photo for this project, I went to Monument. I wanted to get a high view of the buildings in Bank.
Overall I do like this photo for the template because it represent where they work. Also it does fill up the template which is what I want.
For the photograph of the money for finance image, it took we a while to display the money, I ended up filling up the shoot to show more in the image.
This was before I filled the shot.
Normally when I finish editing on Capture One, I export it to Photoshop to use the spot healing brush tool if needed and I convert it to jpeg to then place into Indesign. But I wasn’t able to do that.
I ended up just exporting it though Capture One to jpeg.
As you can see between the two screen shots, the second image is better because it draws your eyes across the image, where as the first image is more tight.
So far I am very happy with this photo but it may change when I take the other two photos, I would like all three photos to flow well with each other and apart.
I had to change my sketches for the project because I needed to fill the template more, my original sketches were set in the middle of the template.
I went onto Bank websites to have a look at what kind of photographs they had.