Last night, Andy and I struggled to get our COMCAST Internet fixed. Actually, Andy did most of the work while I watched. He was on the phone for nearly 2.5 hours with the COMCAST operator. Terrible! Anyway, the end result was not what we were hoping for... still no Internet at the house. That's why we didn't get to post our blog yesterday for our Day 12 Picture-A-Day Challenge.
Earlier today, I posted my first how-to podcast video! I am really excited. My goal is to do a new one every day. I had the help of my Art Institute of Charleston interns, Kayla McGuire and Jonathan Katzenberg. Kayla helped with the set up and recording while Jonathan help edit and produce the piece. During the making of my video, I snapped this portrait of Kayla, which is my Day 13 picture of the day. To see how I made it, play the video below!
Here is my Day 12 photo. I shot a picture of pencil drawing depicting my dog, Porter. The drawing was crafted by my great friend and artist, Becky Scully. In the pencil drawing, Porter is all smiles. Then I shot a portrait of him looking very stern. So I call this "Two-Faced".
I shot the picture with a Nikon D3s on Aperture Priority. I had the camera set to ISO 6400, F-2.8 and 1/60 shutter speed. I used the cameras "image overlay" setting to merge the two separate photographs in-camera.
Andy's Day 12 photograph was shot in very low light. The room was lit only by a screen projector. His Nikon D3 was set on Manual with an F-2.8 and 1/20 shutter speed setting. His ISO was 6400.