Most of y'all know that I really like this guy's stuff. I've been seeing a lot of projector work on his Instagram recently, and I'm excited he put an article out about how he does it.
Why You should care
Understanding and using the histogram is not something you only use when post processing images in Lightroom (or some other editing software). Most cameras have the ability to create a histogram for the pictures you’ve taken. It can be very difficult to be able to study the picture on the camera screen and be able to tell that the picture is indeed well exposed. A picture may look just right on the camera screen, but when you get it into the computer it may prove to be under exposed. So how do you fix this without having to go out and try the same again? Simple: Study the histogram to get an idea of how well exposed the picture actually is. - from GKHPHOTO.NET
You will submit your photos through google classroom. In order to access classroom, you need to use your DORMAN GMAIL.
DIGITAL ART & DESIGN I - 6NMNXMT
DIGITAL ART & DESIGN II - VT1E8F
DIGITAL ART & DESIGN III - DBKCJYX
DIGITAL ART & DESIGN IV - GQX4BS
How to name your files:
When you export, you should set your file renaming to "Custom Name - Original File Number." You should then name them "Your Initials - Assignment Abbreviation," so a filename for Level 1's Well-Exposed Photos assignment for me would like like
If you forgot to change the file names before exporting, please rename them in the file explorer before submitting them.