Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Time Square Panorama

This in a panorama that I took in Time Square in New York City this summer. Putting the photos together to get what I have here was quite a job. It is hard to take panoramas in area with lots of people and lots of movement. See it and my other Panoramas HERE.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Updates to Contest Winners page

There have been a few contests in which I have placed within the past few months. Click HERE or on the photo to see them and others.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Here are a few photos from my third roll of Black and White film. This first one of the star trails and the tree is my first darkroom edit. It is actually two photos combined to make one. I left the boarder of one one to be able to see that they were two. However, there are other signs that it was two photos to begin with.
The second image is a play with light shadows and reflected light.
Once again they are both film and then I printed them in the darkroom. I then scanned the prints.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Vertical Panorama

This was fun to do. It is here in Rexburg.
Look at it and just know that it snowed today and I took this photo today. :)

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Black and white film #2

Here is the second batch. I did use the light meter on the camera. The scanner I was using had dust on it so the white dust you see is from that. Which one is your favorite? Do you have any comments or suggestions?

Monday, October 18, 2010

Brooklyn Bridge Panoramas

I had some requests to see these so here they are.
These were taken when I was doing my 50 photos in 50 days.

Yellowstone Panoramas

I went to Yellowstone National Park on Saturday just to take some photos. It was a blast. I have put a few of them on the blog. See them on the Panoramas page Here.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

First Roll of Black & White Film

Here are the photos I took on my first roll of black and white film. I also developed the film. I did make one print so far. Since this is my first time It is not my absolute favorite.

It was a bit difficult during taking the photos here. The reasons were because:
1) It was film. lets face it film is not as user friendly as digital is. I was using 100 speed film which is not as light sensitive as others. I was also using 35-mm film. I was wanting to do it in medium formant but I was not able to do so. (But I hope to be able to shoot in medium format)
2) I was not using a light meter, I was using math. I know that strikes fear into the hearts of many people. Just the thought can cause anxiety. I found out at what shutter speeds you should shoot at with 100 speed film to get well exposed film. I just had to apply it to the different conditions I was shooting in.
3) I developed the film and it was my first time. There are many things that can go wrong during the developing stage. Things went well for me thankfully. If you look closely at some of these photos you might notice some dust. When I scanned the negatives There was some dust on the film. That is why.

Please let me know which one(s) are your favorite. Remember these are preliminary and more than that they are tests. I know some of them are not perfect. Just let me know what you think.