Saw the bush on the walk back from the new office to the old office.
I have had this one laying around since last month and I wanted to give it some proper treatment. I am not sure what I shot it with but I knew it would be black and white with me bringing the flame in color. It’s one of my better artistic shots.
Continuing with my no name 28mm 2.8 macro lens that cost me $10. Shot this at aperture of 4 while walking back from a meeting with a couple of fiber technicians I wanted to kill. The tree calmed me and stopped potential murder from taking place.
I tweaked it a wee bit with darkening the colors up and then goofed around in SnapSeed for grins and screwed with the focal point but the bokeh is all the camera.
This is play with one lens week. Shot at 28mm on 2.8 with ISO at 800. Tweaked some of the lighting out of the eyes but got lazy on the nose.
The gentleman in the picture is the harmonica player in Jonny Grave and the Tombstones. He just happened to be standing in front of the picture. I did have to use some photo magic because someone punched through the image leaving a hole in it.
There was some interesting artwork at The Dunes where I shot a benefit concert.
Jonny Grave and a Tombstone. They were tuning up before playing and this was a throw away shot I took. I just wanted it in black and white.
One of the shots I took while at The Dunes. The lighting played in my favor this time.
Throw away shot from the benefit I shot. I could clean it up more but I like the softness of the photo. When I uploaded it to Facebook I claimed that I was the god of hellfire or candles. I think I will take candles but hellfire would be cool.
This was a shot I took while getting my gear ready to shoot an event for a friend. I liked how it came out. The lighting in the place was a nightmare to shoot with and I used two cameras to capture everything. Was a fun event. The guitar belongs to Jonny Grave who was great to shoot.