Triceratops

Published November 5th, 2012

Originally took two photo graphs of the triceratops at a science museum. I then combined them to one composition making a small panoramic, using the CS6 photoshop tool. Because of this tool it took me a while to get the edges of the comp correct using a combination of brushes. Then I started playing with the color curve and came up with 3 variations of the original coloring.

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Changing Colors, Shifting Seasons

Published October 17th, 2012

Went outside today and saw this flower that I took a picture of about a month ago and want to take a comparison shot to show the season shift into fall from summer. There is a pretty stark difference between the two shots and I tried to take them at about the same height and distance. Even the background has changed a lot from the vibrant green to a duller brown and fall color. It seemed as if this flower had wilted overnight when there was an extremely color night.

Using the Lensbaby muse I was hoping to capture and focus in on the flower in the second shot, but I feel like there is not enough focus on the right side of the flower where as in the first shot the right side is more in focus with less blur.

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