Tom and I are working on putting together a set of potential senior photos for use in the yearbook, graduation slide show, cards, and the like. We did a bunch of photos the other day, a few of which turned out reasonably. Below is a slide show of a few that we’ve liked so far. As I add more to the set, they’ll automatically get added here as well.
I took over 1,000 pictures at yesterday’s 2010 graduation ceremony at UMM, and will sometime be putting the least bad of them on my events account on Flickr, but at the moment I have a ton of deadlines looming (grades, etc.) so that’ll have to wait a bit.
The wind ensemble and choir both did an excellent job (as they always do); these are from before the ceremony started while people were filing in and taking their seats. I really loved the reflection in the euphoniums, especially the mirror sharp reflection of the Student Center, trees, and sky in the silver instrument.
I took quite a few pictures of that reflection, and struggled a bit with the final presentation. It’s not clear to me whether the emphasis provided by the desaturation above, or whether I’m better off leaving the color alone (below).
The top one makes a really nice desktop image, by the way :-).