From top to bottom: Fullerton Photographics, Walgreens, Office Depot, Walmart, Target
Best match: The best match print that I got was from Fullerton Photographics. The contrast and exposure was a little too dark but it was the print that matched the screen the most.
Best Quality: the best quality prints I got were from Fullerton Photographics, and Walgreens. The prints were both very crisp and showed off the detail of the sculpture the most.
Where will I print: I will print at Fullerton Photographics in the future. In terms of adjustments I will most likely add exposure to the photos because it was a little dark in the foreground.
Traditional: For the traditional still life I want to try and create a weird environment with the items I choose. Using a simple background I hope to bring out detail in the lifeless items with dramatic lighting. I also hope to keep it super simple with solid color items rather than mixed colors. Photographers Inspired by: Michiko Kon
Product: For the product still life I plan on creating various arrangements for the item I choose and I plan to add an object that complements the main product being sold. I want to take both birds eye view shots and eye level shot to capture dramatic lighting. For the back ground I want to try and be more playful and place the items in front of a background that complements them. For the birds eye view background I will probably go for a simplistic background. Photographers Inspired by: Sam Kaplan, Josh Caudwell
Food: For the food still life I would like to incorporate different elements together such as desserts, fruits, and the ingredients that make the desserts so sweet. Because they all play a big role within each other I would like to combine all of them to make interesting color combinations. I will try and shoot at both a bird’s eye view and low-level perspective and from there I choose the best perspective that compliments the items. Photographers Inspired by: Jim Scherer, Nadine Greeff