What I've Learned in Photo 1 Dutch Lennon, Mina Rivera, and Philip Lopez

This is the equipment used to make a photogram. A photogram is a picture produced with photographic materials, such as light-sensitive paper, but the light is produced from the enlarger.
This is the pinhole camera made out of a shoebox. To make a pinhole camera you need a shoebox, black paper, a small piece of tinfoil, and a needle to make a small hole. A pinhole camera is a simple camera without a lens but with a tiny aperture, a pinhole – effectively a light-proof box with a small hole in one side. Light from a scene passes through the aperture and projects an inverted image on the opposite side of the box.
This photo way taken with the pinhole camera we made.
In the background there is all of the materials used to create a headshot with 3 point lighting.
In this photo it is a picture of a headshot with 3 point lighting. A headshot is used to specifically to focus on just the persons head.
This is a five pictures used to tell a story about not to smoke cigarets, and ditch school.
This is a picture used to dry mount a photo. This is a technique of fastening a print, photograph, or the like to a board by using a heated thermoplastic tissue as an adhesive.
This a picture how to load film in the changing room. When you are loading film you have to make sure that it is completely dark in the room. If exposed to light it will mess up the pictures.
This is a test strip. You have expose the light in intervals of 5 seconds.
For the first step of developing photo, put the photo paper in D-76 developer for 90 seconds.
Second step of developing photo, put the photo paper in stop bath for 30 seconds.
Third step of developing photo, put the photo paper in the fixer for three minutes.
The fourth step of developing photo, put the photo paper in water for five minutes.
For the fifth step of developing a photo, use the squeegee to remove all excess water still on the photo.
Lastly, in the process of developing a photo, put the photo paper in the dryer.
This is an example of fast shutter speed, freezing all that is moving, keeping everything in focus.
This is an example of slow shutter speed, making motion blurry.
This photo shows shallow depth of field using the technique of panning, getting the subject in focus with the the background blurry.
You use your phone to time how long you leave the D-76, Stop Bath, and Fixer for.
This step you put 5 oz of D-76 and 5 oz of water into the film container through the top of the lid. Take the temperature, and based on the paper on the wall that's how much time you have to leave it in the container for .Gently tap the container 2-3 times to release the bubbles, then then you rotate every 30 seconds. When the time is up you pour it down the sink.
When washing the film, the last step is to use the hurricane washer for 3 minutes and then remove the film from the film real and put it into the photo flow for 30 seconds. Then put it into the dryer, and wait 24 hours until you can take it out and start developing photos.
Burning and dodging is used to make certain areas darker. To make a burning and dodging tool, use one piece of wire, one black pice of paper, and super glue.
This is grain focus used to focus your picture before developing it.
A contrast sheet is used to make the blacks blacker and the whites whiter.
This is the changing room used to change film. When changing film, any kind of light cannot be exposed to it. If so, you will mess up the film and your whole project.

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