I've visited the island of Majorca most years since I was about 7 years old. I reckon I've been there about 28 times now and still love the place. One of the great features is the abundance of old towns and villages with their picturesque narrow streets and wall climbing flowers. I chose to capture these streets using my Samyang 8mm Fisheye lens as I really like the warped effect it give the walls on either side of the frame and also it's ability to capture the scene in 180 degrees.
A friend of mine recently pointed me towards some photos he took whilst at a music concert. I immediately congratulated him on the clarity and general quality of the photography. At that point I didn't know that all of the photos were actually captured on an iPhone. I was surprised at the quality of the images and asked him to…
I've visited the island of Majorca most years since I was about 7 years old. I reckon I've been there about 28 times now and still love the place. Below are some images from a very early morning in Puerto Pollensa in the north east of the island. There was still a sea fog in the distance and the sun was just rising above the hills in the distance.
You don't need to spend a load of cash on studio backgrounds for great portrait shots. There are many backdrops available in every day life that you can use for free, and which add a great element to a portrait shoot. From minimalist to industrial atmosphere's, all are possible by just looking around you.
I recently watched a Photoshop video tutorial by Bryan O'Neil Hughes . One of the tips given during the video was of a little known setting in Camera RAW. This one setting has changed my HDR workflow and allowed me to enhance my photos with much more precision.
Spent an hour or two at a local churchyard, taking some HDR images, today. It was one of the few nice days we've had here in the UK so I wanted to take advantage of the great light and blue skies.
I have been running through historical shots which were not originally meant for HDR processing. And processing them into HDR :) Below are a few examples;