Catching Motion in a Photograph

Catching Motion in a Photograph

Catching Motion in a Photograph: Freezing and Blurred Motion Catching motion in a photograph can be done in two ways. The first is by freezing the motion, as shown in the IBC Root Beer image, it freezes the water droplets in mid-air. The second form for catching...
Through Your Eyes

Through Your Eyes

Creative Image Effects Creative image effects can be fun to experiment with. I experimented with the composite image below called The World Before You and the GIF of a dog named Poppie. To do creative image effects such as a composite, it requires multiple images and...
Red Storefront

Red Storefront

Red Storefront: Ordinary Spot Extraordinary Shot This red storefront was taken in a very ordinary spot. The downtown streets of Rexburg, Idaho contains many old storefronts and this red storefront is one of them. Standing across the street this red storefront caught...
Bike Gears: Details We Miss

Bike Gears: Details We Miss

Bike Gears Bike gears up close look really cool. The layers created from the bike gears give a neat perspective of depth. Also notice how the bike gears’ teeth are not perfectly in line, rather they are staggered, adding a neat composition. I took this close up...
Maid Marian in Style

Maid Marian in Style

Creating Maid Marian This creation is a composite of two images masked together. To create Maid Marian we made sure to have a dark, solid background. This is useful in masking out the background so that the texture can replace it. As you can see in the first image of...