Lens Between Us.
Another cute attention-getting gimmick. Similar to the ‘woman leading photographer around the world’ that we saw a month or so ago (endlessly relinked). Why can’t I think of something like this to go viral with?
BBC: My friend, Picasso.
365/2: 202. I’ll swear our goat pots only start to smile come summer.
And ... these flowers make me crave crummy tooth-rotting Starbursts.
365/2: 201. Red Virga at Sunset.
Yeah, HDR. With some PS layering to restore some of the sunset spangle.
TechDirt: FAA Investigates Congressman’s Use Of Drone To Help Videotape His Wedding.
“That brings us to today, where we get to read news about the FAA investigating the use of a drone to take sky-recordings of the wedding of a US Congressman who sits on the subcommittee that oversees the FAA.” Oh, this one’s worth watching, just for the entertainment value alone.
PhotoShelter Blog: How 4 Photo Editors Are Using Instagram.
Italian Ways: Polaroid manipulations.
They become impressionist paintings.
365/2: 200. Trumpet vine and visitors.
365/2: 199. Virga at sunset.
DP Review: MIT photography course materials freely available online.
365/2: 198. Gin on the tree.
The Luminous Landscape: Out On The Streets With The Leica M8.
Some stellar shots within. You’ll want to go out and pound the pavement for some street photography after.
Photoshop Insider/Kelby: My First Studio Shoot Using Lightroom Mobile.
Of interest to fellow Lightroom users.
365/2: 197. Another storm!
And all the blasted rain misses us. AGAIN.
DP Review: Drone lighting could be coming soon to your studio.
Oy. You’d damned well better use blade guards. You think a crash is expensive. Injure a model! The insurance costs vs. using an assistant may mitigate in favor of a physical person. Folks who own quadcopters tend to, after their first crash, replace with aftermarket parts. You know what knives through butter do; you really, really don’t want to see what aftermarket carbon fiber blades will do to fingers, eyes, etc.
Later, a ‘zigzag’ sunset.
365/2: 196. One of Sandra’s anniversary roses ...
Interestingly, I have a recurrent issue with my 5D Mark II overdoing reds in certain lighting situations. This took some doing to make the flower look authentic.
500px ISO: Live Your Dream As A Photojournalist For Adventure.com.
365/2: 195. “Behind the RED door …”
Seen while perambulating to a client meeting ...
Italian Ways: Saint Patrick’s Well in Orvieto and deliverance.
Now here’s a olace to get creative with photographic lighting ...
365/2: 194. Electrical storms all around, not a drop of water.
The Urban Explorer: Burlington Bunker, under RAF Corsham, Wiltshire.
Great. Lots of great old equipment … and the fonts on the signs! Slice of history.
365/2: 193. My bench’s paint history ...
… in one curl (turquoise - yellow - turquoise). And a fairly disturbing outtake.
365/2: 192. Late with this.
Didn’t get home until midnight last night; figured I could postpone the 365 post and not have to boot up the old warhorse at midnight. Sandra’s silhouette at our friends’ new digs near downtown Santa Fe.
365/2: 191. Light and dark.
Light, potato vine. Dark, geranium.