Friday, October 22, 2010

Random Pictures

f/4.5       1/150       ISO100

F/13     1/125          ISO 100 PANNING

f/11                1/125                      ISO100

f/5.6                 1/160                     ISO 400

f/5.6                 1/160                     ISO 400

f/4.5        1/60             ISO100

f/4            1/250                ISO 125

f/5.6              1/80, 1/250, 1/80           ISO 100    HDR

f/5.6               1/100              ISO100

f/13                   1/60                     ISO1000

f/13                 1/125            ISO 5000

f/5.6         1/250          ISO 6400

f/5.6                1/250               ISO 6400

All pencils crayons are HDR with 3 different exposures and combined

f/4.5              1/2                 ISO 400

f/4.5            1/1600           ISO 400

HDR              f /5            1/160, 1/640, 1/40      ISO 200

f/11                1/160                 iso 400

f/11                1/160                 iso 400

HDR              f /5            1/160, 1/640, 1/40      ISO 200

HDR              f /5            1/160, 1/640, 1/40      ISO 200

HDR              f /5            1/160, 1/640, 1/40      ISO 200
Loving my new Canon Rebel T2i

Friday, October 1, 2010

Temporary New Direction

So I was introduced to a little photo technique called "TtV" "Through The Viewfinder" photography, from my friend Julie Bergmann, (check her blog out here). The process seemed fascinating to me, so I started looking into it.
 It involves using an old box camera, a digital camera and a cardboard tube to block light. The point is to be able to take pictures that have the old school quality of a 620 film camera, but do it digitally.I found a Kodak Duaflex camera on Ebay for 10 bucks. To buy the film, have it respooled, and processed, cost me over 30 dollars, so I am hoping to be able to do just that. The camera I bought is in mint condition and it takes great pictures, so I will still do that from time to time also. Here are a few of my favorites from the process. I still have some tweaks to make in the tube, but it's coming along.
 But since I have purchased 2 new cameras, and all the "stuff" that comes with them, I have not spent a whole lot of time doing any journaling. So tonight, after hubby is off to a weekend men's retreat with church, and the boy is in bed, I finally had a chance to do a little art journaling. 
 I love these two pages!! My new friend Kimberly, (who is an amazing artist as well, check her stuff here), said they reminded her of a "big stick" ice cream. I agree!! The colors are tasty!