I don't get why everyone's jumping onto this brenzier bandwagon, I swear they don't look any better than normal photos :(
People just aren't being imaginative with it.
It's simply a technique to add a certain look to a photo, not meant to be the centerpiece of it. It's just a panorama stitched out of shots with a shallow depth of field, you gotta have more to your images in the first place.
Go look up Ryan Brenizer to see the original idea behind doing these. (People have been doing it long before him, but I digress.)
I never use it as a centrepiece, I only use the technique because I like the look it gives my pictures. I admit i've not used it to it's full potential but i don't have the space in my house, and yet again, the weather has been appauling.
messing around with mirrors around the house, i liked this shot. was inspired by the Vivian Maier selfies
DSC05829(2) by AustinTroth
and i call this one
"always bring your tripod". my little brother was riding his bike and by the time i got him to get into the place the sun had shifted enough to not be able to take it again. i'll try again tomorrow :/
DSC05836(2) by AustinTroth
Loving that first one.
Second one has really nice colours.
Went exploring today, probably didn't get many good photos, but we almost did get caught my some sort of security. Whoops.
I got to play with a 70-200 f/2.8 L, aswell. That was fun.
I'll be putting up photos soon. I'm seriously lacking inspiration as of late, though
going to San Francisco tomorrow, flatting farm boxes. Will picture things.
I have been working too much recently and have hardly taken any photos. I did some car exploring yesterday, and drove onto this abandoned M1 slip road, it's about a quarter of a mile long and you can drive right up to the wrong side of the M1.
by Bengley1, on Flickr
DSC_0718 by JonahRD, on Flickr
DSC_0701 by JonahRD, on Flickr
DSC_0672 by JonahRD, on Flickr
DSC_0668 by JonahRD, on Flickr
DSC_0663 by JonahRD, on Flickr
DSC_0652 by JonahRD, on Flickr
DSC_0624 by JonahRD, on Flickr
I should have been standing on the other side
DSC_0639 by JonahRD, on Flickr
DSC_0596 by JonahRD, on Flickr
Are those raybans? If so we are totally glasses twins
fuck yeah *double brofist*
p.s good style
I love that picture, Cueball, so centered and whatnot.
I like the color one, it makes the police officers in the back stand out more.
I had a shot at portrait photography again today. I'm feeling that I'm pretty limited since my knowledge of poses and editing etc. isn't great enough, so I'd really appreciate some feedback. Like how could I instruct the girls to pose etc. Imo the best ones I got today were the spontaneous ones, like the ones where she pads her on the head, with the sun glare.
Critique will be greatly appreciated.
As far as posing, it's not bad, but it doesn't hurt to get a little more interesting. Check out some poses here, and also give this whole video a good watch. It's mostly geared toward headshots, but you can apply it elsewhere in your shooting.
This is good too.
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try and keep the film further away from the monitor, you'll get less of the pixel effect. you can have the shutter on for long because the background is always white and so it won't blur the pictures at all
would love to see them redone with less pixels