This was an example of framing using natural light. I was in a cave that was part of the Sutro Baths in San Francisco, California. There was a cave opening that allowed water to flow in and out. I took this opportunity to practice some framing. It is not a traditional frame but a frame no less.
This photo was taken on one of the trails that are near the Sutro Baths in San Francisco, California. I thought these trees had a great look to them. While editing the photo I created what looks very similar to an illustration you would see in a storybook.
I am now committed to cooking. I spent a load of dough today on this pot (and not the kind of dough you knead). I needed a larger sturdy dish like this for cooking chicken dishes, beef dishes and what ever else comes into mind. Don’t you love the rooster!
This photo was shot in shutter priority without a flash with ISO setting of 200. I lightened it up a bit on the computer but it still is a little dark. I like the warm look. There aren’t too many blown out bits that appear.
Here is my first try at color spotting. Making the eyes pop was pretty easy. There was one other big thing that I attempted to fix in the picture that I didn’t do the best job on. Can you tell what part that is?
Tilt Shift photography is where a city scene picture is edited to look like a miniature city. Different things are done within photoshop to give an existing photo that fake look. I found a link at some point a few months ago that gave a tutorial on it and I decided to attempt it for myself. While I cannot find the original link I used, I have included the following which does the same.