I took this beautiful picture of the Temple as part of my Landscape Photography Project. I loved how it turned out with the temple against the beautiful sunset in the sky. It is a little dark, though, and the sky is overexposed. So to edit, I did a number of things to make it a… Continue reading Print Preparation – Editing
These are some of my favorite photographs I've taken this semester. I like how these show unique perspectives and creative takes on things. I used a variety of methods and skills to take these photos. I used different shutter speed, focal length, aperture, and ISO settings. These pictures show a variety of different skills… Continue reading 5 Favorites
Macro photography is a lot of fun! I still need to practice more because nearly all my images turned out blurry; it looked like they had camera shake. I was disappointed, but here are a few that turned out! I'll continue to improve!
The final Bannack Post (at least for now) is my fine art photographs. This includes a variety of closeups, far-aways, and in-betweens, and several different subjects and angles. Enjoy!
One of the most interesting and fun things about the trip to Bannack was having models! People came to model for us dressed in legit Wild West gear, and we got to use different types of flashes and lights, and it was a whole lot of fun! Here are some highlights. ~Smoke~ Natural Light She… Continue reading Portrait Photography
At Bannack Ghost town I took a series of creative shots, using different techniques, styles, and angles. Abstract-peeling cardboard, fabric, and wood on a wall. Ghost image: slow shutter speed + moving subject + dark room + post edit to change color from orange to purple/blue Levitation: She actually levitated. (Original Images) Story Concept 1:… Continue reading Creativity- Bannack
On a recent photography excursion to Bannack Ghost Town in Montana, I noticed the wood stoves--and how different they were! Nearly every building had one, and they ranged from small heating stoves to double-wide cooking stoves. They were brown, black, and grey. Here are a few different pictures I took. I also noticed that… Continue reading Series – Stoves