I've gotten really good and organization, really good. I've spent the majority working on re naming, recognizing and re everything else. I got to see the post production of so many photoshoots. Its great. I like to see this other side, it gives perspective to the other side of photography. My experience as a photographer was limited to a simple snap and send. Now I see that there is some much more to it as a professional, Taking the photo is the quickest. It's the weeks of editing that takes the most times and patiences. To find the perfect balance of skin tone, colors, and lighting while looking and fixing what seems like a thousand different things. I love and hate it. It's always good to be pushed to do something out of your element but sometimes it becomes uncomfortable.
This first week at illuminArts has left with an excess of information that left me feeling lost in a sea ideas and creativity. I learned so much. From how the business ran to how to run some obscure programs in photoshop. This broad range of information is leaving me with many options to take my personally photography to new heights. This week I did some much post production to the photos for my own project as well as the the products that were getting posted to the new business website. I feel great about the fact that they trust a high school student to work and help with the development of this creation. This week I also started my own project, The day in the life of Durango. Ill using the photography skills I learned in the office and taking them out into the real world. Applying them to my own photography skills and adapting to the variety obstacles i'll encounter. This will be great experience to grow as a person an individual as well as a photographer.