Tuesday, September 30, 2008

brittany johnson

Just a few of my favorites.


"Peel Out"
(This is a gesso transfer of the one above.)


Both taken with a Nikon N65, before I started recording the stats of my photos, so no other info, alas.
And a word on gesso transfers: One of the most fun alternative processes, in my opinion.

<3 = brittany

Question about blurred objects

I'm new at photography and using my camera. I was wondering if anyone knew how to keep from getting blurry objects when a person might suddenly move while the picture is being shot. The picture below is an example of what I'm trying to keep from happening all the time (the arm in the background)

Make: Sony
Model: DSC-H1
Focal Length: 6.0 mm
Posted by Andrea Burt

SLC Sidewalk

Monday, September 29, 2008

Photo graphics By Dylan Hancey

Model: E-410
Shutter Speed: 1/125 second
F Number: F/5.6
Focal Length: 150 mm
ISO Speed: 400
Date Picture Taken: Aug 7, 2008, 6:43:30 PM
Model: E-410
Shutter Speed: 1/500 second
F Number: F/4.0
Focal Length: 40 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Date Picture Taken: Aug 7, 2008, 8:24:22 AM
Here are some of my favorites that I have done. The Last one is vector , its time consuming but the out come is worth it I think. The first to were taken (Olympus e-410) at my last YM camping trip so they are kinda oldies but goodies. Feel free to comment and criticize
~ Please look at my other stuff here

Sunday, September 28, 2008

"One Eternal Round"

Ok guys, you requested it, and here it is...Visit my blog to see how to create this effect yourself.

I know, I know. We see countless shots of the temple all over the place. I wanted to find one that was unique and creative. Hopefully this one is original enough to not fall into the stereoptypical "temple photos" category. Enjoy. And let me know what you think...

(PS- Believe it or not i took this shot with my point-and-shoot Canon Powershot SD750. That with a little photoshop trickery and ta-da. Turned out pretty cool i think.)

If you'd like to see more of my stuff visit my blog or my site.

Friday, September 26, 2008

I took these pictures for a graphic design assignment on the elements of design but ended up with a few shots that I liked. all were taken with our canon rebel xti with a 50mm lens. This shot is of the side of 30 college ave, where Nic and I lived when we first got married so maybe i just like it for sentimental reasons. it is such a trashy place, it holds a place in my heart.
1.8 f/stop
125 iso
shutter: 1/500 sec

30 college ave again, in all its glory. i edited this one a bit- curves/burning.
4.0 f/stop
400 iso

1/60 sec shutter

last winter i worked at the cocoa bean baking cupcakes at dawn. one night i had to close and when i took out the trash, i discovered the beauty of their back ally. the light always seems to be good- even at like 10 pm.
9 f/stop
iso 200
1/500 sec shutter
in idaho falls near the falls themselves. i again adjusted the curves and burned a bit as well.
4.5 f/stop
iso 400
1/250 sec shutter

{Kirsten e Bingham}

Family portraits

These were taken with a digital canon rebel XT, I have no idea what the exposure times were...ect.

The next three are from my holga camera:

Taken by Maddy Lucas

My photoblog

My website

Thursday, September 25, 2008


Taken with a Samsung S730 near my home
Cory Allred©

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Paintbrush on the trail

This picture was taken along the paintbrush canyon in the Teton National Park in the afternoon on the way back to work.
-Corey Urbick

Canon Rebel XTi
ISO 400

Rosed Bench
By Jeff King

I took this shot in Arizona on a partly cloudy day. I used a Nikon CoolPix Camera (I wish I had an SLR).

Lone Tree

-Lone Tree-
By Chad Allen
This was taken from near the Teton Dam site looking towards the sand dunes. You'll recognize this tree if you travel to and from Driggs often.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Brandon's daughters at the dunes

Taken at sunset with a camera I checked out from the library.
Brandon Bishop


Matt Dyer
Camera: Canon Powershot A540
Aperture: 4.0
Iso: Auto
Shutter: 1/200
Date/Time: 8/11 8:35pm

Location: Near Kelly Canyon. This is with my point and shoot camera. I set up the camera on a rock with a timer and focused on the sun to make me and my riding partner silhouetted.

Kaylee and the Tetons

By Chad Allen

Sunset of campus

John Sin
Camera: Nikon D80
Lens: Nikon 18-135mm
Aperture: 22mm
Shutter: 3.8
ISO: 100

Well, I was walking around campus last week Friday. I think it's show how relaxing the campus is.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Pink Flamingos

Stacey Gold
Camera: Olympus Stylus 1010 (yes, my little point-and-shoot)
Lens: Olympus 6.6-46.2 mm
Aperture: manual
Shutter: manual
ISO: manual
Location: Sea World--I didn't take my SLR with me on this trip; instead, I decided to test out my new point-and-shoot. I think it did a pretty good job. I liked the colors and interesting shapes in this photo.

Thursday, September 18, 2008


Hi everyone,  if you haven't heard, Creative Suite 4 is coming out which should be pretty rad for all of us.
To view the web broadcast, visit www.adobe.com/go/brilliantevent 
September 23, 2008 9:00 a.m. Pacific (which is 10:00 a.m. here).
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 Nic Bingham
       Camera: Canon 30D
Lens: Canon 17-40mm f4.0L USM
Aperture: 6.3
Shutter: 1/100
ISO: 200
Location: Idaho Falls...as I am shooting this, these two ladies came out of a door to the left and they were just looking at me. I was laying on my back taking a picture of their wall at their work place, so it probably looked weird.