Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Night Sky

  I chose this picture because it feels like it keeps going on no matter how long I stare at it. It makes this feelings that the road never stops and the stars at night are leading down a path to anywhere. I like the feeling of mystery and not knowing where your going to end up in the end. It this picture makes me feel like I need to keep staring through to see what happens next. It has this sense to capture a viewer attention by looking beyond in the distance and not being able to see whats there, but only to wonder.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

This picture was taken by Michael Anderson and placed in an online magazine with some of his other photos. I enjoy this photo very much by the movement that seems to be happening in this photo. I also enjoy the light coming in from the top, it's a perfect diagonal line all the down. This picture has so many curves it leads you all over the frame and you continue to look at it for a while. I just enjoyed this photo for the uniqueness it has and how it flows throughout the frame.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Article: Image Sharpening

This articles has many topics concerning image sharpening. It explains what it is first off, how it works and types of sharping. These are the three main things about sharping, but it also has texhnical topics as well. For instance, how to capture sharpening in a light room. In the article it shows you step by step with pictures what to do and how it should look like in the end. I thought it was an interesting article on what they teach you about sharping images and I think it can be useful as well.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Aerial Photography

These are some remarkable pictures I seen taken from a sky view of all different kinds of landscape. I love the colors and patterns you see from looking down on the land or ocean or Island. Something different is when you look in some of the pictures the clouds look more next to you then they would when taking a picture off the ground. Its a new way to view landscapes because most the time its just a bit above the ground or from the ground up and not so much as looking down.