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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Ricky career project


 
What attracts me from sports commercials are the dramatic sequences between slides. The switch from one runner showing how well new shoes feel while he or her is running and then switches to a football player that will be preforming with maybe a picture of their face going to dramatically run just like before. Gets my attention. That is what catches my attention to want to see how I can do see how my photographers can do that. Then I will attempt to do the same thing for my photos. I would like to also see many other popular photographers that have done amazing work with photos. (http://petapixel.com/2013/12/04/intro-adventure-sports-photography-10-photographers-need-check/)
The exact reason on why pictures like these draw my attention. It stands out

and brings you to almost the center and catches your attention really quickly. Then you would start to stare and figure out what the image is and all of its surrounding. This picture is amazing by Alan Steadman. Amazing photographer.  I like how his picture show specific lighting too in one general area and then the rest is a very dark mystery black. It draws a lot of attention to the center object and then the surrounding area too.
Another great photographer, Stu Gibson is such a great photographer. I like His photos specifically on how it easily draws my attention to the centerpiece.  It has great color all over and little dark in the middle of the image.  It is the opposite of Alan Steadman image and still shows, how really good the image will come out.
I also like this image by Lorenz holder, because it stands out to me. Cant tell if the rider is going to make the landing or if the rider is going to fail and fall, or maybe how did the rider use the ramp to get up there.  It has great lighting and little shadows.  Draws my attention to the center again because of the rider doing a trick.           By: Alan steadman.
BY: Stu Gibson
By: Lorenz Holder
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By: Ricky Medina

By:Ricky Medina

By: Ricky Medina

By:Ricky Medina

By:Ricky Medina

By:Ricky Medina

By:Ricky Medina

By:Ricky Medina

By:Ricky Medina

By:Ricky Medina