The Art of Panoramic Photography

Panoramic Photography captures images with horizontally elongated fields of view. It is sometimes known as wide format photography.

Example of a Panoramic outside of class..

“Train View” 

Before: Color Pano

After: Black and White Pano

 

Panoramic can be pretty cool as-well. You can make somebody appear in the image more than once as if they have a twin the same picture as them.

Example of Class Panoramic Photos

“The Thinking space”

For example duplicating a person or thing in a image looks like this. In this image the “Michael” moves from one chair to another to be seen in a picture twice. I took this photo in a studio with two chairs and one scene.

 

 

Another example my partner “Michael” took of me being doubled in an image. This image also took place in the studio. This image looks cool because I am in the same image with out having to edit myself in the photo.

 

 

Panoramic images can help express a person in different view points in one image. With panoramic photos you can make it seem like one person is “talking” to themselves in one image as if there is two people in the image.

ZINE COLLAB in Print at the NYPL & More!

 

Dear CT101 Spring 2018 Students, (and Beyond!)

I hope that this message finds you all well! As the summer begins to winds down I wanted to alert you to a few things:

  1. First and foremost, our awesome class ZINE collaboration with my BMCC MMA100 Graphic Design students is now officially accessible in print and available at the NYPL at their 5th Avenue & 42nd Street location – DeWitt Wallace Periodical Room at the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building . As a public space, all visitors to the NYPL can take out the zine for review. There are two copies reserved and forever archived. I will also be submitting 1 copy of the zine to the YORK College library on campus. I will let you know once it has been cataloged and is ready for viewing. You can also revisit, comment and contribute in reflection to the project by clicking on the graphic below.

https://bmccmma100.commons.gc.cuny.edu/2018/05/07/cross-cuny-bmcc-york-college-zine-collaboration/

PS – I would love to hear from you! Let me know what you are working on!

Good Energy!

Ryan