Q3 2nd roll of film:
Theme: Mood & Emotion
Moody portrait photography doesn’t have to be gloomy or upsetting in any way. You can photograph a smiling person and end up with a moody photo.
Lighting, concepts, and angles all play a significant role in moody photography. --FROM: https://expertphotography.com/moody-dark-portrait-photography/
To blur your background see the video in the menu item; Aperture and Depth of Field
"Moody photo opportunities often take us by surprise, which is yet another reason why all photographers should learn to pay attention to light—not just when taking photos but when walking around without a camera, too. If you're constantly paying attention to the light you can develop an instinct for it, and that instinct will really help you find and incorporate great light into your photos—moody or otherwise."
Must see articles below on "moody photos"!!!!! Click on links below:
This roll due the week we get back on WED 2-26