Partnering with MBHS Journalism and local KSBY Story on rising sea levels, Photo students took advantage of documenting our super moon tide and beautiful coastline.
All you need is a dark space, a tripod, a camera with settings changed to slow down your shutter speed and a subject holding a light source like the flashlight on your cell phone. Fun!
AND CHARLES FRYER
Shooting on a Green Screen isn't easy! Lighting the subject and background is essential. The first time you film in front of the Green Screen and try Keying the color our in Adobe Premiere you can easily see where shadows and placement become important parts to fix in the filming stage of the production, not in editing.