I took this photo in Vancouver a couple of years ago and I thought it really fit the prompt of natural elements framing a subject.
This week we were assigned to photograph using props. Here is a photo of my friend's dog Marble and the prop used is sunglasses. I think the use of this prop made this photograph a million times better.
This photo was taken on a camping trip and I thought it truly exemplified the technique involving depth of field.
I took this screenshot of my friend's cat Raju while we were facetiming and it almost looks like he's taking a selfie or photo himself which is the reason why I chose it for this prompt.
Sunset outside my window This week we were challenged to use color grading to enhance our photos to make them look as though they are a still from a movie. I have used the reduction of highlights/shadows and saturation to my advantage to make this sunset I saw much more vibrant and colorful. The original capture was mostly grey while the trees had no color at all so color grading really did...
This week we were challenged to showcase a photo that uses the rule of odds. I chose a photo I had taken of three water lilies while I was on a hike in Los Altos.
I took this in Portugal of a couple sleeping on our tour bus holding hands as they dozed off. It was beautiful to see.
We were assigned to fill our frames to make our subject matter more intriguing and I chose to fill my frame with pictures of newly colored leaves of trees in my neighborhood.
This week we were challenged to use Photoshop to symmetrically transform a portrait. This is one I took of my friend's baby Rohan a few years ago and here is the final product.
A picture of my cousins parasailing in the Dominican Republic. This week we were challenged to use geometry in a photo and I chose a photo I took of my cousins when we were on a trip because of the shapes the parasail made.