Monday, November 30, 2009

Week 31, Day 221, November 30, 2009, What's for Dinner?

Quite a while ago I did a silly photo, and decided to expand upon that theme.  It's a silly photo, but I had a lot of fun with it.

Now it's your turn. 

If you do the same type of photo and blog about it, please post a link in the comments.  I'd really like to see them.

Have a silly day.

Lessons Learned:
  • Developing old themes in creative ways can be a lot of fun.
  • I've been playing with some Tilt-Shift Photography simulations in Photoshop.  Andrew Broekhuijsen first showed them to me.  I thought they were actual photographs of minitures.  They are incredible.  If you have a chance go over and take a look.  None of mine have turned out as good as his yet, but I'll keep trying.
Photo details: Exposure time 1/4 sec, Aperture f/4.0, ISO 400, Focal Length 17 mm, 35 mm equivalent focal length 27mm, Lens Canon EF 17-40mm, camera sitting on a container of humus for a tripod. 


Andrew said...

Thanks for the bump, I appreciate that!

So, generally to get a good tilt-shift, your photo needs to be of something large (like a stadium, or city street, for instance ;) ). So pull out some of your old landscape photos or something.

There are some truly astounding tilt-shifts in this Flickr pool. You'll see that the general idea is taking something that's very big in real life, and making it look like a macro shot.

Nice perspective on the photo in this post!

Gary's third pottery blog said...

I am in! Lemme see what I can do later! Where is the Old Thumper in the fridge Stevo?

Gary's third pottery blog said...

blogging the inside of my fridge now, although that is not your assignment here :)

imagidiem said...

I took up your challenge here.

Nicki said...

This is scary!

AB said...

Cool idea. It looks like the camera is for dinner.