Spring 2016 Top Five

For this blog I went through all my photos and found five that I will be posting for a vote to see which one gets printed. I am including some pictures from my previous blog posts and one photo that I never posted.

So take a look, vote, and enjoy.

Photo # 1 Toast from the Road

This was my first experience with using shutter speed to follow an image. The cool part was that the guy saw me taking the picture and raised his drink to me. One of the best parts of being a photographer is getting those awesome moments.

This was my first experience with using shutter speed to follow an image. The cool part was that the guy saw me taking the picture and raised his drink to me. One of the best parts of being a photographer is getting those once in a lifetime moments on camera.

 

Photo #2 The Survivor

I really liked this photo from my aperture blog because of the detail I got from the flower.

I really liked this photo from my aperture blog because of the detail I got from the flower.

Photo #3 Water that’s Lit

Another shutter speed photo I enjoyed taking. It was tough because I had no music devices to get the water moving so I had to yell while taking the picture.

Another shutter speed photo I enjoyed taking. It was tough because I had no music devices to get the water moving so I had to yell while taking the picture.

Photo #4 Just Chillin’

This one was tricky because I did not follow the instructions and it took longer to complete because of it. So I took both photos into photoshop and placing the subject on the top layer used the convert tool and eraser tools to edit out everything except my model. To hide any rough edits I also used the color replacement and hue and saturation layers to change the colors of my subjects clothes. Later I accessed it in lightroom and added a gradient and messed with the shadows, highlights, and the added a watermark. Taken on a Canon Rebel T5. Even though this photo was difficult I really enjoyed putting it all together.

This one was tricky because I did not follow the instructions and it took longer to complete because of it. So I took both photos into Photoshop and placing the subject on the top layer used the convert tool and eraser tools to edit out everything except my model. To hide any rough edits I also used the color replacement and hue and saturation layers to change the colors of my subjects clothes. Later I accessed it in lightroom and added a gradient and messed with the shadows, highlights, and the added a watermark. Taken on a Canon Rebel T5. Even though this photo was difficult I really enjoyed putting it all together.

Photo #5 Milksplash

This was another shutter speed experiment that I did. It was difficult because I had to use a flashlight and a camera at the same time while a friend dropped a tablet to cause the milk to splash.

This was another shutter speed experiment that I did. It was difficult because I had to use a flashlight and a camera at the same time while a friend dropped a tablet to cause the milk to splash.

 

 

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One thought on “Spring 2016 Top Five

  1. I&1#782;m kind of backwards on that I guess lol. I started out on a cheap little strat, and then moved to a les paul, but now I’m starting to lean heavily back to the Fender camp. I’m weird i guess lol

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