I was trying to do this with a flashlight before but I have yet to master it…
Calming natural scenes like these are my favorite. I would love to one day be able to capture nature like this with depth of field. Obviously this is a photo slightly manipulated by Photoshop, but I wouldn’t mind having these skills too 🙂
A brief step-by-step tutorial, just in case people are still confused… like me.
This is a bit belated but I still wanted to share an interesting book I looked at for my research on Walker Evans.
It is called “Walker Evans at Work: 745 photographs together with documents selected from letters, memoranda, interviews, notes / with an essay by Jerry L. Thompson.” This is located in our library.
I chose this as a source because it discussed not only Evans’s conceptual process but the technical part as well. It was interesting because some of the photographs listed had his quotes and other opinions on those particular photos.
So if anyone was intrigued by our presentation a couple weeks ago and want more in depth about this photographer, I suggest picking up this book first. 🙂
I have been trying to research how to perform some techniques online and I found a couple of articles.
The second one is actually a collection of articles, but they recently had an interesting article about the solarization technique and its history and how it works.
Here’s a few pictures I took at the Tulip Festival last Monday. And yes, I did fix them a little on Photoshop.
I was doing some research on graphic design and photography when I stumbled upon this:
Bokeh photography. Apparently a Japanese term for messing with depth of field in an interesting way. I must keep looking into this…