Friday, December 9, 2011

Final Portfolio

Rapid Water by Kalea Hall
Digital Photography
Digital Photography
Korean War Soldier
Digital Photography
Boat Dock
Digital Photography
3D Poles
Digital Photography
HDR Bottle
Digital Photography
Rough Edges
Digital Photography

Rusted Cuda
Digital Photography
Broken Tree
Digital Photography
Abstract Umbrella
Digital Photography

Monday, November 7, 2011

Monday, October 31, 2011

Digital Photography: 3D

3D Pumpkins: f/3.5 1/250s Iso 100

3D Poles: F/8.0 I/160s Iso 250

3D PPG: f/7.1 1/1250s Iso 800

Monday, October 17, 2011

Digital Photography: Abstract

Dazed and confused f/8 1/15s Iso 400
Rough edges: f/8 1/15s Iso 400
Caught up: f/13 1/60s Iso 400

Monday, October 10, 2011

Digital Photography: Motion

Flowing Water: Subject and object in motion: f/8 1/8s Iso 100
Rock: Camera motion and subject still: f/8 1/15s Iso 100
Around the Bend: Camera still and Subject Motion: F/8 1/15s Iso 100     

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Digital Photography:Isolation, Confusion, Bokeh

Fountains: f/4.5 1/800s Iso 400
Capitol Tourist: f/5.3 1/320s Iso 640
Korean War Soldier: F/5.6 1/250S Iso 640

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Digital Photography:Color

Highlight of the Forest: f: 9 1/20s Iso:800
Barracuda: f: 13.0 1/80s Iso: 800
Pumpkin: f: 10 1/80s Iso: 800

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Digital Photography:Light

Park's light at night: f4/5 1/13s 500 Iso

 Tree at night: f/4.5 1/10s 500 Iso

 Sunflower: f/13 1/200s 400 Iso

Monday, September 5, 2011

Digital Photography:Exposure

Aperture: f/24 Shutter Speed: 1/25

Aperture: f/5.3 Shutter Speed: 1/25

Aperture: f/9 Shutter Speed: 1/25

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Breast Cancer walk 'exceeds expectations'

Published in: The Globe
Originally Published: February 15, 2011
By  Kalea Hall 
To Natasha Young, the fundraiser put together by her University Experience class last October exceeded her expectations in raising breast cancer awareness.
 As a future teacher, Sarah McDonough believes the fundraiser was preparation for her career.
 The fundraiser's creator, Dr. Darlene Marnich, is eager to hold it again next year.
After selling a plethora of breast cancer awareness items and raffle tickets for gift baskets during October, the education section of the University Experience classes raised a total of $400 to split between two women still battling cancer and give to the family of a woman who lost her battle. With 75 attendees, the students also led a walk across the Smithfield St. Bridge, where breast cancer awareness posters had been strung along the railings for all to see.
 "The walk was just awesome. It reminded me of everyone I had with me on my own personal journey, so that was just amazing," said Marnich, professor and chair of the education department, in an interview in her office last week.

‘Safety’ key in shuttle service location change

Published in: The Globe
Originally Published: January 18, 2011
By Kalea Hall 
James Moore, a frequent shuttle passenger, said the new shuttle drop off/pick up location is a "change" that he, along with everyone else, will have to adapt to.
With the new location easier for her to reach, Mikelle Rindflish believes it will "probably be better."
Janette Pekar hopes the new location will "enhance" safety on campus. 
With the safety of Point Park University students in mind, the university decided to make a change in the shuttle pick up/drop off location from Third Avenue to Boulevard of the Allies, right outside of the Student and Convocation Center.
"This decision was made with the safety of all students, faculty and staff in mind," Director of Transportation and Administrative Services Pekar said in an e-mail interview.