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One Frame: In Camera Double Exposure

The one frame series is a new work in progress, which seeks to illustrate how the viewers perspective of a single image can be skewed depending on the photographers processing method. Processing is a crucial step in the story telling process and affects not only visual perspectives but also influences the visceral response of the audience. In this case, the processing effect was altered by shooting two different in camera double exposures verses the single image silhouette, with the intent ofView full post »

My Everyday Photography: Holding his breath

Captured with the Galaxy S4 Active | Edited in Snapseed and Exposure5View full post »

My Everyday Photography: In the dark

f3.2 | 1/25 seconds | ISO 12800 f3.2 | 1/40 seconds | ISO 12800 f3.2 | 1/25 seconds | ISO 12800View full post »

Inspired Art: Modern Bokeh with Alien Skins Bokeh 2

These images were all shot mostly out of focus by using a combination of a slow shutter speed and manual motion blur (read: me moving my hands up and down either on purpose or accidentally on purpose). I then transformed them in Photoshop by using the Alien Skin product Bokeh2 (you can learn more about my use of Bokeh2 by viewing CM Monthly Challenge:Shallow Depth of Field or CM Monthly Challenge: Motion Blur). This is NOT a sponsored post for Alien Skin products but I do use them and find themView full post »

Through the Kaleidoscope: Embracing the mystery of out of focus imagery

  F13 | 4.0 seconds | ISO 200. F3.5 | 2.5 seconds | ISO 200 F3.5 | 2.5 seconds | ISO 200 F18 | 4.0 seconds | ISO 200  F3.5 | 2.5 seconds | ISO 200View full post »