Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Just a couple articles that I found on NatGeo that might be useful for some in this type of photography.
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Monday, April 2, 2012
To start off this post of analyzing different photos, I wanted to state that these photos all came from this website: http://www.incrediblesnaps.com/adventure-photography
This photo includes an interesting design that pulls you into the bright spot in the lower left quarter of the photo. To give this photo the feeling of its vast size, the person is positioned in the lower right hand side clothed in red and other bright colors to bring him attention. He is also looking into the bright light which we are already drawn to. From an advertising point of view, it shows him using ice picks, but it also leaves plenty of room for text to be added through most of the frame.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
I am always looking for new ideas on how I should document my upcoming travel adventures, as I feel that I have not done a great job thus far. This is a really cool website. It might not have the best photography, but it shows what each country is like and inspires me to do the same. http://www.streetsoftheworld.com/countries
Thursday, March 22, 2012
I found this company T-Recs. They have some very interesting timelapse videos. Some which involve a lot of movement. They have a lot of behind the scenes footage to see what they use, but I still cant figure out how they do really long moves, unless it was built on a track or wire.
Behind the scenes
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Im trying to think of how to make an interesting shoot out of this. I wont be able to shoot Thursday night, but it could be fun to shoot maybe friday. Need to look at the moon charts though and see if there is an actual time that would work here.