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Creative Photography Assignment 3 – Animal People

For our third assignment in Creative Photography, I decided to keep with digital editing, only this time go with heavy manipulation. Anthropomorphic animals have always seemed neat to me, so I decided to try crossing pictures of people with pictures of animals (Most of the animal pictures were pictures I took at various zoos last year, with the exception of the seagull wings and squirrel). I also played a lot with the Highpass and Shadow/Highlights filter, along with texture and blending mode filters.

Flickr Slideshow: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sbibb/sets/72157623451511227/show/

Stephanie Bibb Creative Photography - Animal People

Stephanie Bibb Creative Photography - Animal People

Stephanie Bibb Creative Photography - Animal People

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Editorial Assignment 2 – Performance – Lost In Yonkers

These are the Front of House and Production Photos that I did for University of Central Missouri’s theatre department and for my Editorial class. The play was Lost in Yonkers.

Flickr Slideshow: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sbibb/sets/72157623500748428/show/

University of Central Missouri - Lost In Yonkers Photos - Stephanie Bibb

University of Central Missouri - Lost In Yonkers Photos - Stephanie Bibb

University of Central Missouri - Lost In Yonkers Photos - Stephanie Bibb

University of Central Missouri - Lost In Yonkers Photos - Stephanie Bibb

University of Central Missouri - Lost In Yonkers Photos - Stephanie Bibb

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Creative Photography – Assignment 2 – Panoramas

In the Creative Photography class we had a class period to shoot panoramas Рat which point I decided to use panoramas for my next assignment- with a twist: They would be digitally manipulated. I combined multiple photos in some cases, did a bunch of retouching with others, and played with filters and highpass and digital painting in yet others. It was a fun assignment, and these are the results:

Flickr Slideshow: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sbibb/sets/72157623329694599/show/

Stephanie Bibb Digital Panorama UCM Campus

Stephanie Bibb Digital Panorama UCM Campus

Stephanie Bibb Digital Panorama UCM Campus

Stephanie Bibb Digital Panorama UCM Campus

Stephanie Bibb Digital Panorama UCM Campus

Stephanie Bibb Digital Panorama UCM Campus

Stephanie Bibb Digital Panorama UCM Campus

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Creative Photography Assignment 1 – Self-Portrait

Our first assignment in Creative Photography was self-portrait work. I decided I would make digital manipulation my key focus. So I set up studio in the currently empty other half of my dorm room using two Alien B400 lights and a grid spot, along with a piece of red fabric safety-pinned to the curtains, and took various pictures. Most of them were shot with a continuous shot ten-second timer. Several of the base photos turned out blurry, but after a couple shots they finally came out right. I also took several photos of my laptop. Then, in order to get the “fish-in-the-net” photos, I asked my boyfriend for help holding me- and giving me a chance to take up random poses. Granted, the expressions on my face wasn’t entirely an act, since being held precariously over a desk isn’t exactly my favorite thing to do. In the end some of those poses helped for the “falling-into-the-laptop” pictures, as well as the one where I am coming out of the laptop’s portable hardrive. It was a fun shoot, and I think the results turned out interesting.

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The Disection of a Tea Can

This was a set I originally shot for Editorial class, but didn’t quite fit the assignment. It was spawned by the quote that surrealism is “a soda can and an umbrella on a disection table” (unfortuanetly I don’t remember who said it). Regardless, I had fun with this one. Shot with two profoto lights. Some of the shots were shot with¬†a lensbaby lens.

Slideshow of more photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/41674422@N08/sets/72157623302254354/show/

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