Just what the title says. Jan 15 - 20 full size photos from instagram.
Full sized photos from last weeks Instagram posts. There was one Instagram exclusive. You'll have to head over there to see it.
I had been toying with the idea of reflections on sunglasses. I wanted to change the reflection on a pair of sunglasses to seem more interesting. Sunday, my neighbor accidently presented me with the perfect photo to manipulate. It was a selfie that she had taken while in her car. It was mostly a very cool selfie but the reflection on her sunglasses gave away the reality of the photo. Car, dashboard, road. Boring. My neighbor loves the beach. So, I made the necessary changes. I'm not 100% with it. But, it's done.
I took some self portriats with the 50mm lens before packing it up and sending it back. Various versions of this.
I had a really snazzy 50mm lens for a few days. Stupid life happened and I didn't get to spend the entire weekend with it.
I know that the window sticker really stands out here. But, it was all about creating a black and white photo. No, I didn't shoot it that way. It's a color photo that I turned into a black and white photo.
This one is all about hiding where I'm taking the photo. I didn't want these photos to look like I wasn't on the dealership grounds. I think I succeeded.
The sky is a lie. Well, I mean, it is a real photo of a sky, it just wasn't the sky that I had to work with the morning of this shoot.
So, it was during this shoot that I realized that my job needs a photo waiver. There were some bikers at the park that would have been great in the photo. Something to work on.
I like this one better. It was actually taken directly across the street from the other one.
I don't love this photo, but it cleaned up okay.
This one required some help as the park is really old and the parking lot has been painted, a lot. Anyway, bossman said this one was near tier three photo quality. I'm not sure what that means but it seemed to be good.
Blown out a little with all the light outside the pavilion. Something to work on.
Tinted windows help hide window stickers. A little.