Some days are better Photo A Day days than others… I started with a macro of this grasshopper.
Then the RCC Photography Department’s Graduation Recognition. A framed “Toast”
So I think I am done with PODs and head towards South Carolina to pick up Sam from her Aunt and grandmother week long vacation.
and the Wienermobile pulls in front of me… and they are hiring! – http://www.mlive.com/news/us-world/index.ssf/2017/07/wienermobile_drivers_wanted_os.html
I followed for a while, hoping it would stop for a picture next to it, I finally gave up and passed it….
and left it in my dust of US 1. If only every POD day was this good!
A little over 8 hours editing the graduation video for tomorrow while catching up on the Tour de France.
Office window view: The steel for the new photography gallery is going up.
Johnny Horne visited to give a talk on photographing the August 21st total eclipse. Great lecture, learned a ton!
Testing to see if I could recreate a student issue, so with a variable ND filter and you turn just past “Max” seting, the two polarizing elements do funking things.
Laying out 2 course I have not taught before for this summer, what flows, what doesn’t, when do I give that quiz?
Dhanraj watches the grads come in RCC graduation.
the photo grads that walked!
Teacher hell? Grading the final projects, including Up Close and Personal. 36 strangers x 25 students. Been through them 5 times (checks focus, technical settings, overall feel, double checking and grading the curve) That equals 4,500 looks so far. I will check them all one more time before putting in grades… Students had only half the semester on the assignment and many did it in the last two days, telling me “I was stressing them out”
Performance Test day – Timed stations. Balance bounce flash, custom white balance, flash with gels to balance color temp, and Master/remote flash operation.
The class photographed for a poster for the police and fire departments. Used 20 speedlights to light people.