Process Coming Soon
Process Coming Soon
I’m currently building my website so I’m going to throw a while lot of my work on the blog today to act as my portfolio. I’m going to try to get to posting a process a week so you can see how I made stuff and my thought process behind each project.
Now that my semester is over I can start posting on the blog again, woo! That also means I can start practicing photography again. I just turned 19 a few weeks ago and went to get a pack of beer. I loved one of the designs so I decided to use it as my subject for more practice. Below are some of my pictures. I’ll explain my thought process on taking them tomorrow after my shift : )
Yesterday evening I decided to do some more practice with my camera so I went into my backyard because I figured I could find tons of things to use as my subject there. While taking my pictures I determined that I should really get a tripod as soon as possible haha; its hard getting a good picture with unsteady hands ;P Anyways I took a whole lot of pictures of flowers and just stuff laying around my back yard.
This is the first one I took, a pink flower. The picture came out pretty dark so I used a lot of adjustments layers in Photoshop such as, exposure, vibrance and levels.
This is just one of the many pictures I took, so check back regularly for updates and as always thanks for reading!
While playing around with the adjustment layers I made this and I felt that it looked awesome! I’ll try to create (or stumble across) more stylized images along with the others.
I think I like this photo the best because I feel it looks pretty cool without any adjustments at all. However I did increase my exposure a little and added a little more contrast to the owl. I also played with a whole lot of settings for the 3rd version; I think it looks a little grainy but lets you see more of the detail in both the owl and the wall behind it. (The only thing I regret about this photo is accidentally not getting the last part of the ear in the shot)
I really love this picture after changing the hue and saturation, it makes it look like the flower is from somewhere tropical and not just behind my deck haha.