This theme was to take pictures that would look good in black and white with a splash of color left over. For the next few weeks, I will continue to put the disclaimer of “These pictures were taken early last year. Back then, I had little to no practice in Photoshop, where we did all of our editing in class, and I was still figuring out the foreign language of cameras.”
But I’ve always liked B&W, so this was a fun assignment, as I remember. Care to read more? Click!
For the next couple of weeks (or months…), I’ll be posting some of my photography. For right now, I’ll probably just post my weekly assignments from my Photo I class from my sophomore year.
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Now, please don’t drop this post like a newborn giraffe.
Baby Giraffe loves you.
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Just so you know, after *ahem* four months of silence, I do have an entry in the works. In fact, it’s almost done. I promise. And guess what? It features an infantile Giraffa camelopardalis. Snazzy, right?
Word of the day: preconcert: to arrange in advance or beforehand, as by a previous agreement
This is the music that intended to play at my tea party. It did not work out at the actual tea party, so it played during the small party on my actual birthday. This Spotify playlist is a mix of classic songs (such as “String of Pearls” by Glenn Miller), more modern songs (such as “Take Me Somewhere Nice” by Sky Sailing), and piano and strings covers of modern songs (such as “Sadie Hawkins Dance” by Relient K, covered by Vitamin String Quartet). It took at least an hour to compile, and probably another hour in editing the order, but I was eventually satified with it and deemed it ready to be shown to the public ear.
I hope you enjoy!
Word of the day: aborning
I have been working on this post since last Monday, and what with my dog Snowy showing some rather fatal signs over the past week, I haven’t been inspired a whole lot. But he’s feeling a little better and so am I.
So here is the blog post detailing the titular first time I was ever spiritually and emotionally edified by a swear word. Continue reading
Entries to come:
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Leadership Camp Part 2, in which I will share some of the notes I took that really opened my eyes on some things.
An entry in which I will share the first time I have ever been spiritually and emotionally uplifted by a swear word.
I am working tonight, but I have tomorrow and Wednesday off and therefore more time to write, so it is advised to be on the lookout for these two entries in that general period of time.
Classes to come:
Today I paid a visit to my school’s guidance office to finalize my junior year schedule. The first semester I will have AP Language, Digital Media, Geometry, AVID, and Physical Science, and in the second semester, Digital Media and Geometry will be swapped for Spanish II and Algebra II. Having taken Photograph I last year, I wanted to take Photography II, but I also wanted to sharpen my other abilities, so I requested Chorus as an elective instead of Photography II. However, the only time Chorus is held is Period 1, which conflicted with AP Language because it is also only in Period 1. Guess which class I want to take more? So, as my elective other than AVID, I am taking Digital Media, in which I will learn about video and audio and all of those wonderful things, so it wasn’t really too much of a loss, I suppose.
To get a glimpse of some of my current video and audio work, visit my mom’s blog tomorrow. I will also be posting some of my favorite pictures that I took in Photography I last year.
Pretty exciting stuff!
Word of the day: welkin