Over the holidays Mom came up with a quick healthy dish that she thought would be a side but Melanie and I ate as our main course. It is so simple I don’t even need to write out a recipe card for it. Wanna hear it? Here it goes…
Well, all the ghosts I photographed are now busted. You can see their finished pictures here, here, here, and here. So all that is left is to show you how I did it. This will be an intermediate-level tutorial. Anything I don’t spell out specifically – like how to cut someone out from a background – can easily be found in written or video form online. However, if you are still struggling with something after you do a search, don’t hesitate to ask questions in the comment section below.
A special thanks to Film Riot for giving me the idea to do this when I watched this video.
I’m not a big beach person but I recently saw this cool video and knew I needed to do a photo shoot at Big Talbot Island State Park. Some of the resulting images are shown below. The rest can be seen in this article where I took one of my favorite pictures of all time. I’ve been to Little Talbot Island for various events (it’s probably the nicest beach in the Jacksonville area) but never made the extremely short drive north to see Big Talbot Island.
The guys over at Penny Arcade mentioned a s’mores snack mix and I wanted to make a gluten free version. I’ve tried several concoctions now and none are bad but this one will get you on your way to your own perfect mix. Please let me know in the comments below of any other magical combos the rest of us should try.
Most people have heard of putting your best foot forward, but did you realize that you have a best side too? In particular I’m talking about your face. It is extremely rare to find people whose face is so symmetrical that there is no discernible difference when each side is viewed in profile. One eye is higher. An eyebrow follows a different curve. The corner of one side of a mouth drops more.
I’ve been a fan of Viktor Elizarov and his photography site PhotoTraces for a while now. He is a solid photographer but even better for you and me, he is a great photo processor and concise instructor. I cannot think of a more reliably helpful landscape photography website than his. He is so generous with his information from the planning of a shot to the camera settings to the digital processing and he manages to convey the information in compact language with many visual aids (that are interactive more and more of the time). You often get more from skimming one of his articles for 2 minutes than reading an article for 10 minutes on another site. If you are a fan of landscape photography, you owe it to yourself to check out his site.