Finished Photobook

My portfolio photobook was created in Adobe InDesign, then uploaded (in PDF form) to I’m really happy with how the book turned out and am excited to have a physical copy to share with others. All photos, illustrations, and layout designs were created by yours truly. I used a couple different fonts that IContinue reading “Finished Photobook”

Photo Printing Prep

Before & After My Photo Editing Process First Things First When I edit photos the first thing I do is lower my screen brightness. When I’m working on my iMac, I usually lower the brightness to about 50%. If I’m working on my Laptop, I lower the brightness to about 60%. Lowering your brightness helpsContinue reading “Photo Printing Prep”

Idaho Falls Magazine

Photo Contest Entries On June 13th, 2019 I entered the following three photos in the Idaho Falls Magazine Photo Contest under the Nature and Wildlife category: I chose to enter the above photos because I LOVE IDAHO! My favorite photos to shoot are those that reflect the beauty in nature and Idaho is so beautiful!Continue reading “Idaho Falls Magazine”

5 Best Photos

Skills Cultivated During Digital Imaging I have gains loads of new “smarts” while taking Digital Imaging this semester, much of which have to do with how to use my SLR camera’s full potential. One of the most useful skills I’ve learned is how to use photo bracketing. The picture above (Bannack Ghost Town) was takenContinue reading “5 Best Photos”

Bannack Ghost Town: Fine Art

I’m new to the world of Fine Art Photography but I gave it my best shot (literally). The day spent photographing Bannack Ghost Town was a beautifully overcast day. The sun would peek out every once in a while, though. Because of the overcast weather, most of the photographs were pretty saturated. Still, I addedContinue reading “Bannack Ghost Town: Fine Art”

Bannack Ghost Town: Portraits

Traveling to Montana to visit Bannack Ghost Town with my Digital Imaging class was so much more fun than I thought it would be. I learned a lot about photography and made some new friends along the way. One of our assignments was taking portraits. This was the first time I had shot portraits usingContinue reading “Bannack Ghost Town: Portraits”

Bannack Ghost Town: Creative

Levitation I have to say, creating a levation photo was way more fun than I thought it would be. It was also easier than I thought it would be. I simply used a tripod to take a photo of Brenna (above) lying on a bench, then kept my camera in the exact same spot onContinue reading “Bannack Ghost Town: Creative”