Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Weekly Inspiration: In Takashi Kitajima's photos he uses longer exposures to make circular rings of light in every picture. The colors and contrast between each color really draws your eyes and gives me a spirited feeling. Here are some of his pictures:

Friday, May 22, 2015

Nylus crocodile
Suren Manvelyan's photography consists of a lot of pictures of different eyes from animals and humans too. I only see a big green eye with what looks like a lot of texture and I would not have guessed it to be a crocodile without the caption he gave to the picture. I think the texture in the eye looks interesting and distinct. It gives me the feeling like something scary is watching me.

My favorite photo of these is the second one because i liked how all the different colors of crooked lines lead to one area that kind of smears into the top corner of the picture. On the camera I had to make sure the exposure was right and the timing and in Lightroom I adjusted the exposure of the background to make it darker and the clarity so that the light streaks were more visible.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Today i edited this photo that was taken in a deep crevice in the rocks at south mission beach jetty. Looks like a skull in between the rocks but it was early just a unique rock.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

-Ansel Adams Gallery

Adam's photography is all in black and white like this one. The white rose against the dark water has a lot of contrast but with elegance and beauty and texture. 

Monday, May 11, 2015

Friday, May 8, 2015

Today I worked on adding a dead zone blur streak to an image for a photoshop challenge.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

today I started sketching for an assignment called painting with light and I have created some unique ideas for this exciting project. Can't wait to start experimenting with this!

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

I worked in photoshop on this image today in photoshop, taken on Big Bear Road

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

weekly inspiration

"The famous Shotover River canyon.  Yes we shot here – with those sick-ass 700hp jet boats.  It was a face-melter.  Just check out the color of that water." Chase Jarvis

Jarvis's photography brings me a sense of peace and much of it consists of environmental images. The view point at which the photo was taken makes me wonder how the got a shot from the center high above the river. The luminance in colors and clarity of water brings out the beauty of it.