Dem twig arms.
They reason most people, including me, shoot black and white is because you focus more on the subjects in your pictures instead of colors and other shit which could detract from the subject.
When I started out with photograhpy, I shot a lot of pictures with lots of saturation because it would grab your attention. While it does that, it doesn't make the picture good.
Almost all of my recent photos are vibrant and contrasty. Is that a bad thing? I generally use it because it suits my style of shooting in most situations.
I'm pretty much clueless when it comes to photography, but I like to hike a lot so I figured I'd give a shot to photo shooting some of the sights.
These are far from very creative or impressive, but I'd really appreciate it if you could tell me what should I do to improve these!(Or point me in the right direction for some good learning resources)
It's from Israel, these marks are left by the society for the protection of nature in Israel in recognized routes to direct the hikers
The colours on that last one are really nice, if a little too contrasty on her face.
yaaaay contet for once, feels like its been weeks since i posted any!
Inspired by This: http://www.flickr.com/groups/8920925...7600032755971/ I decided to pick up a couple of cheap extension tubes and an old folding camera and set up something similar. This was the result (Warning cell phone pictures):
Its a little tricky to get focused, but I am pleased with the way these first few test shots came out.
I guess I know it works well for macro shots, at least.
Seen the filament thing done a jack-ton of times, but that's a pretty neat shot if you ask me.
Some good quality macros for sure mate, wouldn't have suspected such a hairy setup.
I took a few photos yesterday morning when I was out walking.
Any way to get rid of those lens flares?
That second one is beautiful!!
i actually prefer his to the album cover