I was originally working with a pair of pears, but in the end this one came out the champion with loads more personality than the other (don’t tell him I said so…).
You were hoping for another flower photo today, weren’t you?
Well, it’s your lucky day!
I have photos from Isaac’s cousin’s recent wedding, and today we went to Bumbershoot 2012 beneath the Space Needle, but I haven’t quite gotten to either of those sets yet. :)
I’m not totally sure how I feel about this one.
On one hand I think I like it alright, and on the other I think it might be too hazy…
Also, I’m beginning to think I need a more personalized watermark. Yes, it’s my name, but it’s just that, in a cursive font, and that’s not original. I want to come up with a design or image that I can start using along with my name. Any suggestions? What is your watermark? Have you seen one that stuck with you?
Over the last few months I’ve had some rough days and some great days of photography. Some days I just know what I’m going to photograph, and other days I feel like throwing in the towel.
Recently, I’ve been getting bored with my usual nature photos. I love nature, and I love that it is so photogenic, especially now that it’s spring time. Nevertheless, I am feeling stunted. I don’t feel like I’ve really learned or tried anything new in a while, and that need to change.
While Isaac was getting his hair cut I forced myself to hang out in the shopping center parking lot. Doesn’t sound like much fun, does it? There was a small park nearby, and I wandered through it at first, but I knew if I stayed out of it for a little while I might see other things worthy of photographing.
It wasn’t easy, I kept saying to myself “there’s nothing interesting here, just boring people and cigarette butts.” But I persevered.
I played with in PSE to give it more of a drawn look. What do you think?