Daily Archives: April 10, 2012
The future is not broken.
Since I saw my mother yesterday and she thinks my website is broken (or her iphone is broken) I thought I should make an update. Not broken. But my desire to be on the computer more than absolutely necessary (ie. my day job) is what stands in my way. That means I haven’t been posting my personal stuff since that takes the extra effort of sitting down and typing / adjusting / editing….making my hands hurt more. Instead I have been forming my new creative idea in my head (and on paper). Lets just say it will involve something coming in the mail to your house (real mail delivered by a postal-human). It will involve photography, art, collaboration, pen on paper, stamps, subscriptions and surprises! And it will cost $5. You all that follow my blog and are “fans” on facebook, and who are my friends in real life, will…
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I absolutely LOVE taking silhouette photos. I personally feel that they can be some of the most beautiful and dramatic photos that you can take. You can get some fantastic silhouette photos during a sunrise or sunset, especially if you have some of those fantastic colors in the sky behind. In this post I’ll go through a few things that I look for when setting up for a silhouette, camera settings and a few other tips. Hope you enjoy it.
First I’d like to go through and break down my latest silhouette photo, which is the one above of…
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Still Life with Ceramic Jug
Walk of the dead
This is a Cemetery near Milano. This has been shot with my iPhone 4s .
The app used to shot the image was Pro HDR, cropping and adjustments were done using Snapseed, further editing was done using Image Blender, Dynamic Light, Pic Grunger and Phototoaster.
Watching a train go by near Fossil Butte, Wyoming… Received some good feedback on the original image and re-cropped to show a bit more sky. Thanks Frank and Rondje!