Monthly Archives: February 2011
Here’s another little thing I did for this project before I fully understood the assignment. This one’s actually got a little bit of color. Hope you enjoy it! The idea behind this was to do a logo without any vowels … Continue reading
So here are a few things I drew up in Adobe Illustrator to possibly be logos for the blog. I like the font I chose for my initials, but what I like even more about it is the fact that … Continue reading
Here’s a friendly little slide show of a few little tilt/shift images I happen to find quite interesting. Just click on the images to advance them faster.
So here’s a quick little attempt I made at creating a tilt/shift-ish photo. So pretty much all I did was this: I created a quick mask, used the gradient tool (foreground to background) to select a portion of the image … Continue reading
Here are a couple of pictures from what is currently my favorite example of tilt/shift photography. In my opinion, Sam O’Hare’s The Sandpit is the perfect combination (sort of, you’ll see what I mean by that when I post the … Continue reading
Here is yet another picture I’ve been wanting to upload in all of it’s full, un-cropped glory. Je vous presente, mois… uh… I don’t know the French word for ‘header.’ But here it is. As with the background image I … Continue reading
Here is a photo I’ve been wanting to show for quite a while now – pretty much since the first day I started doing this. It is the image that you all know as my background. It’s one of my … Continue reading
Here is my collage. I had quite a bit of trouble uploading this for whatever reason. Flickr wasn’t happy with me I guess. And, in turn, my blog wasn’t happy with Flickr.
So I guess the concept behind this not-so-great photo I made in PhotoShop is that Tilt/Shift photography is often known or described as “miniature faking.”