Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Light Sepia - Mike Walton

50mm f/2.8 1/160 ISO 100 Lr Strobe through kleenex
50mm f/22 1/25 ISO 100 Lr Strobe camera left

Alex George

Monday, September 28, 2009

Adding larger images to your posts

If you are interested in putting larger pictures on your blog post you need to follow these next steps:

1) All images should be resized to 700 pixels wide (for horizontal photos) or 400 pixels wide (for vertical photos.) You can resize you images in photoshop under the tab image, and then go to image size. When you change the width the height should automatically follow.

2) In order to get the full size the images must be up loaded to an online storage locatioin. Photo Bucket, or flickr. These places are free and easy to use.

3) When adding images from these locatioins you need to get the urls of each individual photo. As you upload the pictures to your post, instead of browsing from your hard drive you will add them using the url option.

One tip don't use any alignment options when adding the pictures to your posts. You just want to pick the none option. This will allow gaps between the posts, and also it wont try and shove your text to the right of the images.

James Rognon

Here are my flower pictures for the week. I was up at the temple last Saturday taking pictures of my new daughter and saw some fun flowers. Here is what I got.

Original Stand-up picture

This is the enhanced Version of "Stand-up"

This pictures is the original "Blue Lion" that came from my camera.

This is the same picture with some added enhancements to boost colors and clarity.

All of these shoots were taken with a Canon Rebel XS and a Canon 85 mm lens. Both shoots I used a f 1.8 and the shutter speed was at 1/400.

Rognon Photography

Flower week1 Jared George

By: Jared George
Raw Image

Edited Image

Sunday, September 27, 2009

annalisa heylen


black and white


Friday, September 25, 2009

Water Drop

I took this picture yesterday. Here are my settings:
Shutter speed: 1/320
f/stop: f/5.6
ISO: 200
Onboard camera flash (0.0 compensation)
55-200 mm lens
I have a few more on my blog and it explains what I did.

Flower Theme

Took this shot in the gardens. I like it a lot but I think I should have used a higher aperture, the whole flower isnt in focus as much as Id like it to be. Enjoy! -Mike Claverie

Friday, September 18, 2009


These images are as shot. No edits have been done to them except for minor color adjustments. They were all shot with a Canon 50D. You can check out more at kingsphotos.blogspot.com -Corey King

Dylan Hancey Teasers

Over the summer I worked in West Yellowstone which was less than a mile from the entrance to one of the most beautiful places on earth, irony would have it that i never enter the park. either way I think I was able to get away with some good images.

so I have more than three pictures but the rest are best viewed at my blog, http://hanceyphoto.blogspot.com/ so feel free to check out the rest!!!