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  • 1. 10 PhotographsRebekah Ward

2. Shooting detailsLocation: Priestley college PA.16Time & Date: 9:15am 3/12/12Lighting conditions: Indoor lighting, morningCamera: Canon 1100DAperture: Low - F/4Shutter Speed: 1/100CommentaryI asked my model totouch the Van der graafgenerator so theelectrostatics make herhair stands on end. Iwanted the effect ofelectricity runningthrough a person, as thatis what the power of thedrink provides. 3. Shooting detailsLocation: Priestley college Drama StudioTime & Date: 9:15am 3/12/12Lighting conditions: Indoors, No lightingCamera: Canon 1100D Commentary: I got someone toAperture: F/4wave the flash light on a phone.Shutter Speed: 5 seconds So it shows up as bright as possible, I tried to keep the room dark to get the best effect. To do this, I used long exposure on the camera settings. Which means this moving light has become clearly visible. This involves a long duration shutter speed to capture aspects of the image sharply. E.g. Blurring. 4. Shooting detailsLocation: Priestley college PA.16Time & Date: 9:15am 12/12/12Lighting conditions: Indoors, No lighting blocked all light away with closed curtainsCamera: Canon 1100DAperture: F/18Shutter Speed: 3.2 secondsCommentary: Making sure alllight is kept from the room.Apart from the fairy lights, thatI got someone to wave around.I used the long exposuresetting to capture the motion of thesmall lights clearly. This leaves enough time for every bit of light to sink into the image, to produce the effect of still light. 5. Location: Priestley college PA.16Time & Date: 9:15am 12/12/12Lighting conditions: Indoors, No lighting, blocked all light away with closed curtainsCamera: Canon 1100DAperture: F/18Shutter Speed: 8 secondsCommentary: I wanted tocreate an effect of electricityand sparks. I got someone towave the lights around indifferent directions and shapes.I took these picturesspecifically to be in thebackground of my brochure. 6. Location: Priestley college PA.16Time & Date: 9:15am 12/12/12Lighting conditions: Indoors, No lighting blocked all light away with closed curtainsCamera: Canon 1100DAperture: F/18Shutter Speed: 2.5 secondsCommentary: I got someone to wavea phone around to create this effect.I blocked the light completely awayfrom the room, so that the focus wason the phone light. To do this, I usedslow shutter speed. I wanted thispicture for the front/back of mybrochure because it fits in well withthe blue brushes that I used in thebackground. 7. Shooting detailsLocation: Priestley college PA.16Time & Date: 9:15am 3/12/12Lighting conditions: Indoor lighting, morningCamera: Canon 1100DAperture: F/4Commentary: TheseShutter Speed: 1/100pictures are similar to theother van der graafgenerator pictures, butfrom different angles. Iwanted to show the effectof the hair standing onend, to show the power ofelectric, throughout aperson. 8. Shooting detailsLocation: Priestley college PA.16Time & Date: 9:15am 12/12/12Lighting conditions: Indoors, No lighting blocked all light away with closed curtainsCamera: Canon 1100D Commentary:: This was aAperture: F/18different set of fairy lights.Shutter Speed: 2.5 secondsI tried colourful ones.However, I preferred theeffect of the whitecoloured lights. Theselights werent as easy towave around, so I couldntget the range of shapesand effects I wanted togain from this. 9. Shooting detailsLocation: Priestley college PA.16Time & Date: 9:15am 3/12/12Lighting conditions: Indoor lighting, morningCamera: Canon 1100D Commentary: IAperture: F/4Shutter Speed: 1/100used the white infinity wall and set the equipment up in front of it. I got the model to keep hold of it until her hair stood up as much as possible. 10. Shooting detailsLocation: Priestley college PA.16Time & Date: 9:15am 12/12/12Lighting conditions: Indoors, No lighting blocked all light away with closed curtainsCamera: Canon 1100DCommentary: This isAperture: F/18 another photo of theShutter Speed: 5 seconds phone screen wavingmotion. This was also togo on the front/backcover. I like the differenteffect it creates from thefairy lights. They are bothdoing similar things butlook very different.