Two very co-operative subjects. I had been staying at the spot to do a few shots very time the butcher went by carrying the carcass on his shoulder. And I did a few more after this.
Friday, 1 June 2012
Thursday, 31 May 2012
Wednesday, 30 May 2012
Between the father and son was a charming picture wanting to be taken for the sweet ways they smiled to and interacted with one another. It was such a magnetic moment that I was simply allured to stop, walk up to them and snapped some shots. I had a few words with the dad and couldn't help heaping praises on his cute boy.
Tuesday, 29 May 2012
Monday, 28 May 2012
Sunday, 27 May 2012
I just got so creativity last night after the weekly drawing class, which themed on Moon last night, that I spent a bit time setting up for fictional scenes with the Moon background, snapping shots with the D-Lux5 (coz it afforded the scene an extensive DOF I needed for it) and post-processing it for extra intriguing effects. Not brilliantly brilliant works but just hope to share them on this relaxing rest day.
At the drawing class, we were asked to not just draw the moon as was but blend the reality with fictional ideas. The drawing class is a steady source to me for a growing sense of colour and creativity. I have the impression that it helps me mature more with a photographer's eye.
The above images was done by showing the super moon shot I snapped on the TV and placing the objects in front of it. The raged-edge hole and the biting in the first and last images were by superimposing the moon image with paper cutting. Next, snapped with the camera and post-processed to colourise or stamp cartoon images.