White Backgrounds

Our project was to take pictures of three or more students in our class with an infinite background. You had to play around with the camera settings- F-Stop, ISO, and Shutter Speed to make the background completely white and have no shadows. It was hard to make the background white and took multiple tries to make it an infinite background with no shadows. Then we had to edit the photos we took on Photoshop. You could make them black and white, which is what I did to make the photo look cool or just leave the color how it was and you had to edit the curves.  I learned lots on how to balance the 3 settings to make the photo have an infinite background. Below is my favorite photo I edited and the link to all my photos.



I really had fun during this project.  Our project was to take photos of other classmates with an infinite background using the three manual camera settings available to us- ISO, Shutter Speed, and F-Stop. It worked very well when the angle of the lighting was in the right stop to see the persons face without having the light in it or making it a different photo. It was hard to find that angle though and took multiple times to get the right photo and what made it harder was that we had to share the cameras, so we had limited time to take our photos.  It did not work when the light was to close so it made the persons face red or orange and it did not work when it was to far away because then you couldn’t see the persons face. Below is one of my favorite I took and edited, my link to all my photos, and my favorite photo of me taken by Bella.