It's currently week 5 of my spring term as a sophomore at Drexel University. If you're just tuning into my posts now, this specific class deals with color photography and how to photograph using color. This next assignment entails photographing during the sunset, which produces a golden "glow" or cast to your photos. There was a couple of ways to approach this assignment, as some of my peers did things indoors, using people as subjects, etc.
I went with landscapes as my focus, picked an area, and studied it for about a week and a half through two trips as I took photos. I used a Hasselblad (pictured to the left) and 120 6x6 color film. After processing, I scanned them and we were taught how to color correct the images in Photoshop using curves.
Below are the final six photos I presented to the class for our critique.