I was browsing photoshop tutorials across the interwebs (yes i know I’m funny) and I came across this one about making a futuristic wallpaper only using tools in Photoshop CS5. It was a super easy ten step process and it turned out really cool. I chose this tuturial because it was something different from what I usually do. And it helped me get more familiar with different tools. Here is the picture i made: I decided to go with the green, instead of the blue like in the tutorial. Kinda gave it a Matrix feel. Here is a link to the website: http://www.photoshopstar.com/effects/create-futuristic-abstract-wallpaper/
Brian Birman is an amazing portrait photographer and is equally skilled in nature photography. I met him when he did a photo shoot with one of my friends from school. Steph became his main model. He never ceases to amaze me and all of his other fans on facebook. He now shoots several different people and he is always coming up with something different.
I have been doing nature photography like him but his portrait skills far exceed mine. My goal is to be half as skilled as him.
Check out his facebook page and become a fan: http://www.facebook.com/pages/brian-birman-photography/138120626198311?ref=ts
Here is my page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Duluth-MN/Bruce-McRae-Photography/292859797355?ref=ts
I was browsing DeviantArt like I do a lot for inspiration. I came across this stunning long exposure shot of lighting over the city. It took a lot of luck but also technical skill to set up the shot. The exposure length of 5 seconds was the right choice because if it was longer too long then the city would be too over exposed of too short and it would be underexposed. I have been wanting to get a shot like this ever since i got my nikon D90 and this wants me to go out there even more…
also check out his other amazing photography: http://photographertech.deviantart.com/
This is one of the photos I took in Chester Park… The before and after photo. I got rid of about six different objects in the second photo. Some may go unnoticed right away but it cleans everything up quite nicely.
I found this tutorial while looking around on the internet and I decided to try it out. I have over 12,000 photos on my computer so I know I could find one to try it out on. The tutorial was super easy to follow and its really not that complicated of a process. Its a great tool to know how to use because, at least for me, there are objects in photos that I take that I really don’t want to be there and is kinda of an eye sore. There are also a lot of other great tutorials on the website. The link is below. That’s all for now
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