Posts tagged ‘photographs’

22
Jun

Shot of the Day #51


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Stick Insect out for his morning walk – along the board walk near my lodge at Kings Canyon Resort. Using my long lens I had a very shallow depth of field, which made the eyes really stand out in this photograph! I did some lomography on this photo in Photoshop.

Stick Insect on a morning walk

Stick Insect on a morning walk

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20
Jun

Shot of the Day #50


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Kings Canyon cliff walls stand tall some 300m and late in the day is beautifully illuminated by the sun creating a golden warm colour. This is a panorama of nine photographs taken hand-held from the main lookout in the riverbed, I touched up the shadows with Photoshop to reveal more detail.

Kings Canyon Rim

Kings Canyon Rim (Click to view larger)

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20
Jun

How to make a Hockney style Photograph in GIMP


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David Hockney is known for his unusual panoramas that are made up of differently scaled and angled photos. To produce the ‘Hockney’ effect it is best done with multiple photographs that can be arranged later, but you can have a single photograph that you’d like to make into a multiple imaged panorama – with the use of GIMP!

'Hockney' Style Photography in GIMP

'Hockney' Style Photography in GIMP

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18
Jun

Shot of the Day #49


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Another photo from the top of Ayers Rock/Uluru showing the deep holes eroded over time due to wind and rain. It is a panorama of only three photographs stitched together, and I managed to get Kata Tjuta in the distance.

On Uluru looking out at Kata Tjuta

On Uluru looking out at Kata Tjuta

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17
Jun

Shot of the Day #48


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The climb to the top of Uluru is well worth the effort – the panoramic view is amazing and the thought that your in the middle of Australia! This photograph is a panorama stitch of fifteen photos, and as you can see a polariser has made the colours very rich, however the dark spots in the sky are a result of the maximum polarisation being 90ยบ Degrees to the sun.

On top of the largest Rock on the Planet - Uluru, Australia!

On top of the largest Rock on the Planet - Uluru, Australia! (Click to view larger)

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