Monday, December 3, 2012
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Two different versions of the planet panorama. these are done by using a 360 degree panoramic photo merging all together in photoshop. The "planet effect is created by first flipping the merged image 180 degrees, then constraining the proportions to make a square. Go to Image, resize the make sure that the constrain proportions box in unchecked. make the width the same as the height. You then go to Filter in Photoshop Elements go to distort then to rectangular to polar. and there you are!
|Using a slow shutter speed combined with your flash can create more depth and interest in your background|
If the is a subject that is moving through your frame lock your focus on the subject and follow the subject through the frame. This is called Panning your subject should be in focus and your background should be blurred.
|Group Photo from a painting with light session in the studio|