Today’s photo is one that turned out completely differently than I thought it would when I shot it. I took this photo of a sign on a wall and when I looked at it on my PC, I just wasn’t feeling it. As I started to process it, I noticed the colors from the sunset and inside the building, and really pushed the vibrancy & saturation in Lightroom 4 to bring them out.
Today’s photo is another from this year’s Phoenix Comic-Con. This guy was dressed as Vader in a suit and looked really good. When I asked for a photo, he posed in this great way. Feels like Darth Vader in a corporate environment to me.
Today’s photo is from last month’s Phoenix Comic-Con. As we were leaving, this guy dressed as Spider-Man was posing to take this picture. I just had to stop and quickly take one of my own.
Today’s photo is another one from Barrett-Jackson back in January. There was this beautiful 1934 Duesenberg Beverly Sedan. I converted to black and white to really make the chrome pop.
Today’s photo is another one from my recent visit to South Mountain. This was taken with the Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm f/1.7. I chose black and white for this since the original picture was kind of dull without good sunset light. Just the browns and greens.
It’s been a while. I want to try and be more active here, but I’m pretty sure I said that before. Today’s photo was taken this weekend at South Mountain here in Phoenix. I wanted to get out and shoot and took along some legacy lenses I have plus my Sony 30 f/3.5 macro lens, since I haven’t used them in a while.
I noticed these branches with these little fuzzy white balls on them while I was walking around. I had just taken a photo of the mountain in the background as the main subject, but wasn’t too happy with it. I saw this grouping next to me and used the macro to get in close and put the fuzzy balls in the foreground. This matches the vision I had in my head when I saw this opportunity and I’m really happy with how it turned out.