Tuesday, October 28, 2008
This is a picture of my friend Yuri's eye. I zoomed in more in Lightroom so that you can see me taking the picture of her and that's why I call it self-portrait. And yes those are fake eyelashes on top of her real eyelashes but I really like that you can see both sets. -leslie
From the beginning of this project, I thought about ghostly images for "nocturnal." My roommate volunteered to be my model, so she put on a light-colored, flowy dress and walked around Eppley. I had the camera set on a 30 sec. shutter speed, and then I had her take a step and then stop for 5 seconds. At the end, I had her stop for about 15-20 seconds so that she would show up more at the end. While these didn't end up looking the way I originally thought they would, I like how you can see through her. They definitely pull off the ghostly feel, what do you think?
Monday, October 27, 2008
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
With these photos as you may be able to see right off the bat is that they are all the same photo. I was just playing in light room with it and came out with three different photos. I liked what I was able to some out with and was wondering what you guys thought about them.
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
I took this photo when I went to see the massive train engine that came to Sioux City. I had to delete images off my memory card extremely quickly so that I could fit this shot on it! I added a vignette in Lightroom, and I like the darker look of it. I was also trying not to be a creeper taking a photo of this kid since his family was off to the right.....
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
I went to Texas this summer and happened to get the opportunity to visit the Padre Islands. This photo was taken at the Padre Islands and we wanted to document our trip and what state we were in at the time, so we wrote Texas in the sand and tried to capture what we saw. I do enjoy this photo mostly because of where the skyline is positioned. Also, I did doctor this up a little bit in lightroom making the colors in the photo more vibrant. -Katie Ras