I took my camera into a salvage yard one day and explored. I found this old car with severely weathered paint. I suppose I could have stood 15ft away and taken snapshots of the entire thing. That is what most people do right? Well, I took my "get low" shooting style right into the hood. The previous days posts can show you that perspective and imagination can transform most anything. See what you see and share it. Someone else designed and created the things we see everyday. We need to Am. Idol them sometimes when we take photographs... you know... "make it our own."
Oxidized blue paint fighting off the bare metal rusted invader. This car's hood has seen better years. The shallow DOF offers a T/S effect and a 10,000 foot view of a vacation paradise. I suppose we really can see things in different ways if we just look.
This is my near daily photography web log. I got interested in photography in high school and have been taking shots ever since. I am still developing techniques and honing my eye. I tend to gravitate toward macro shots, small subjects and low perspective. Have fun digging through the blog and looking at old posts. You will see that I have worked through different processing, framing and display techniques along the way. It's all in an effort to learn something new. All of these photos were taken with minimal equipment and consumer level cameras. You can do any of this with your camera too. Thanks for stopping by. Leave a comment or ask a question. Let's learn this stuff together.
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