January 12, 2011 · 3:11 pm
Recently I was asked for examples of my photography related to interior architectural type photography. While I didn’t have any recent examples, I remembered taking a lot of architecturally based photography last spring break in Dallas, Texas. So I pulled out the earlier external harddrive and went through the photos to find the ones I felt best represented the potential client. Then I used what I knew about levels and masking with layers to improve them with my current skill level. I sent them the slideshow of photos along with five other relevant photos for thier review.
I don’t know if I’ll get the job or not, but it did help illustrate the importance of being visible in the community (the client found me while I was selling posters at the Holiday Market), and of working quickly to provide a portfolio.
Filed under Personal Work
Tagged as architectural, architecture, dallas, dallas texas, editing, layers, levels, masking, photo, photography, photoshop cs4, portfolio, resume, SBibb, Stephanie Bibb, texas
April 10, 2010 · 9:35 am
During Spring Break, my boyfriend and I traveled down to the Dallas, Texas area to visit my cousin and take her family pictures. While there, we went to downtown Dallas, as well as few other places, to take pictures. These are some of the results, edited for my Editorial class assignment. None of these have Photoshop retouching; all post processing was done in Lightroom 2.0. The restaurant shown is Sambucca.
Flickr Slideshow: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sbibb/sets/72157623701912031/show/
Filed under Editorial 2010
Tagged as Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Lightroom 2.0, architecture, editorial, image, Lightroom, Lightroom 2.0, outdoor, photo, photograph, photography, picture, places, rainy, SBibb, Stephanie Bibb, stormy. canon 30D, sunny day, texas, travel, UCM, University of Central Missouri