Monthly Archives: February 2016

Blogger’s Shots: Week 4

I took both of these photos a while back, but I’ve been meaning to post them for a while. This is kind of a continuation of my last Blogger’s Shots post. These are some of my favorites so far. I … Continue reading

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Photographer of the Week: Lee Towndrow

This week’s PotW is Lee Towndrow. Towndrow is an accomplished photographer as well as a visual effects designer and cinematographer. He was done work for Playstation, DirecTV, ¬†and HBO. He is currently a visual effects artist for The Mill. In … Continue reading

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Blogger’s Shots – Week 3

Ego The subject of this photo, despite the title, does not have a huge ego. I titled this image so because the shadow behind the subject reminded me of a cartoon villain with the sharp shoulders and long neck. I … Continue reading

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Experiments with White Balance

Main Building Each of these photos was taken at approximately 8:45 PM on a cloudy night in Shutter Priority Mode on ISO 6400. The building itself is white, so this exercise was moreso an experiment to see how the different … Continue reading

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Experiments with ISO

The Main Building Each of these photos were taken at around 8:30 PM on a very cloudy night. The white balance was set on auto and the camera was in Shutter Priority mode. Lampost Each of these photos was taken … Continue reading

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Photographer of the Week: Philip Hyde

One of my favorite things to capture on film is nature, so naturally I wanted to look at nature photographers. After doing a quick Google search, I stumbled upon the work of Philip Hyde. Hyde is primarily a landscape photographer. … Continue reading

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Correcting with Photoshop

After playing with ISO, I started capturing some really overexposed images like the first one. Using Photoshop, I was able to reintroduce contrast to the image to make it look more lively and realistic.

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