Konglom video – Bloopers and behind the scenes for Atom & Evo video
I found this very useful article on web browsers and managed colors spaces. I get asked by new photographers that go out and shoot go home and edit there images and upload the images to web to only find there colors muted. Most online tools strip out the meta data out of images. Well first what is this “metadata”? The short answer is data that is not visual, like the make and model of the camera, inforamtion added after the image was created like the location and key words. You can find more info here (http://www.photometadata.org/)
New shoot with Kate. I was experimenting with new lighting techniques. I used two lights to create this effect and have a few more elements to add to this set up, but I did not have the materials on hand. This was our last shoot before she leaves for school in the northeast.
Sometimes when I shoot an image I not happy with the result. Over time and as my skills evolve I sometimes revisit older images and re-edit them to see if I can achieve the look and feel I was attempting in the first place. Here is am example of a rework of an older image that I did some fixing to remove distracting elements. The model is Kerri Taylor Enjoy!!!
This is a 180 degree panoramic shot from Ballard Park over looking the Intracoastal Way Way near the Eau Gallie Causeway. The timing was a trick to catch the sun peeking over the horizon. The trick is to get enough light but not so much you leave half of the shot under or over exposed. I thinking of printing this out for a wall mural.