This is a Project that i and a some people in my humanity's class are doing, we are trying to portray how necessary it is to not be over whelmed by the stimulants of audio and visual. one person will be painting the picture that I have now, and be putting it in front of the person. now it is just is a shrunk version of what i have. i am to the point where i need a new pair of eyes so please comment and let me know what i could do to improve it!!  have made minor changes
So I combined the two bottom pictures to make the black and white shot, and the one under it. If you look at the faces in the bottom two pictures, you will notice that in one shot the child's eyes are closing, while her mother looks great, and in the other they are switched. The mom is blinking and her daughter is looking. I cropped the daughter out of one picture and overlaid her on the other. I used a mask to doctor the seams. I liked the picture because it represented, for me, the strong love and devotion that should continue between a husband and wife after they have children. While that bond takes a lot of hard work to maintain, it is a foundation for happy families.
Camera: Nikon D70 Lens: 50mm 1.8 Aperture set to 2.8 Shutter Speed: I can't remember ISO:200
I posted a picture of this tree here a while back. Here's one taken the same day and close to the same time, but from the other side. It's crazy the different looks and colors you get just from different angles. This picture was taken in color and is 100% un-edited.
This is my friend Brock, he is just playing tennis. I was trying to enhance the motion with the lines, I think that it works.
This was taken at my cousins football game. all the kids are 10 and they look so top heavy with their huge helmets its way cute F stop: F/4.5 Shutter: 1/500 ISO: 200 Focal length: 61 Aperture: 4 These are the back doors to the Salt Lake City Temple taken in the spring Shutter Speed: 1/320 second F Number: F/7.1 Focal Length: 150 mm ISO Speed: 100 This was also taken at temple square, it is probably my favorite black and white I have taken. Shutter Speed: 1/125 second F Number: F/6.3 Focal Length: 42 mm ISO Speed: 100
Please feel free to criticize me, I love constructive criticism!! it is one of the best ways that I learn so go ahead an correct me.
This is the inside of an abandoned mining house outside of Downieville, CA. I took it with my Powershot A530...one of my favorite pics. This was also taken on that 4x4 trip. We were going into camp and I just had to stop to take this one.
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