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Another group of posts make a striking scene with misty water surrounding them.
THE SECRET LIVES OF TREES-
Shot just after rain-From mangalore-karnataka-India
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Model and Stylist: Me
Photographer: Rayne Morgan <3
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Pose: Bauhaus Movement
I've been trying to make your pain stop
This is not just entertainment
I've been trying to let you know
Nothing has been coming easy
Only nocturnal blue movies
Pink kimono on the floor
Even when you won't believe me
Try to make it easy, easy .... ♪♪♫
Copyright :copyright: S. F. Brown - All Rights Reserved
Theme: Alice in Wonderland
The Red Queen
I made these costumes but Honestly I don't think I did a good job... : (
I will do better next time...
We had our gathering at Sentosa but it was SO hot that I really had no mood to take any shots!
This is the main cupboard that I keep my girls! Jenn, Ivy and Angie came over last Dec and I was so excited that I did not sleep for two nights! I wanted to redress everyone (Only Jane and Kelly are in their original outfits) and it took forever! I combed everyone;s hair and even rewashed a few! And gave everyone shoes! I realized I need more outfits! haha!
This is my new small flat and it's the first time my guests went WOW instead of Yuks at the sight of my girls and so I had a GREAT time with them! Even though I had a hard time keeping my eyes open! Hee!
Thanks everyone for reading and looking at this!
THe same photos can be seen in Cloudz photostream! Credit to her!!!!'
Girls arranged in order of production! I need only Miss A to complete! (a few encores not included)
Inspiration from Marcel Duchamp (Bicycle Wheel, 1913) and the hallway at the Modern and Contemporary Hall of the Philadelphia Art Museum. I also emphasized the color palette used in many of Piet Mondrian pieces. OK anyone care to guess where I was yesterday! Woke up this morning and this is what was on my mind.
Happy Slider Sunday - HSS
Rebaño de ovejas. Avila. Spain
Best view with an original size:
Last Apr 18, I joined a meetup group for a photowalk at the Evanston Northwestern University grounds. The organizer presented us with a creative challenge (the second one this year). She gave us a list of words and our task is to compose images that best describes those words.
This is my interpretation of Chaotic.
When I saw these vines on the wall, I immediately knew that this will be my representation of chaotic. However, from the SOOC (see first image in first comment), the twisting and the entanglements of the vines weren't too evident enough for me. So I turned up the blacks and pulled down the highlights and shadows in the tone curve. Also added a hard vignette using lens correction instead of post-crop to present a more darker edge and give it that dreaded dark look. Looks even more chaotic viewed large on black.
It's raining hard in my neck of the forest so wasn't able to shoot anything green (much as I wanted to go out and shoot). This is the closest that I can find which have a tinge of green in it (more line light grayish green tone).
It's not exactly gorgeous... more like chaotic which exactly depicts the challenge word that I was trying to interpret. I myself would not pass this as green but I'm out of greens (dollars included! lol!) I will make it up next thursday.
Gorgeous Green Thursday everyone!
BTW, I'm still working my way up your stream... it's a slow process but I'm really enjoying looking at your very inspiring photos... =)
Before we left to meet Angela (she asked to see Fannie), I wanted to get a group picture of the "kids." Since we were eating overlooking the Columbia River, I thought a nautical theme would be nice...and a quick shot of them all sitting together would be a snap...siiiigh...
Opie: *quietly under breath* ...oooh...Sit down prissy pants, so we can get out of here...
Annie: *giggles* ...Yeah, good grief Fannie just sit down, will ya?
Fannie: Be quiet you guys, I CAN NOT get my dress dirty!! And...if I sit down... *hesitates*
Opie & Annie: *assorted moans and groans*...*Opie snort laugh*...
Fannie: ....ok...I'm tellin MOM! ....'n you guys are gana get it! *GLARE*
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In the past 6 years, my wife and I rescued hundreds of dogs, cats, and other amazing creatures out of the local shelters here in Los Angeles. We just published a book called "Our Lives Have Gone To The Dogs" which tells their stories along with amazing photos of their journey.
With my pictures I am trying to bring people to our rescue website, and hopefully they will buy the book, and help us save more animals.
Every single dollar from selling this book goes directly to our non-profit Animal Rescue Organization 501C-3 and will help us save more animals in need. (This coffee table book has a 100 pages in full color)
You can buy the book here: www.hopeforpaws.org/
If you like my photos, you will LOVE the book :-)
(click here to see my BEST photo)
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Shot on Cannon Beach at the end of october.
a session with my 300mm 2.8 L combined with 2x extenders.
an effective 600mm 5.6 as a result.
i hope you all had a great xmas time yesterday.
note: i forgot to add, but i decided to give it a try at having a process done 100% in photoshop. i've been working several days on a new preset outside DPP and it seems to work really fine. i still miss the DPP curves but having a workflow entirely attached to cs5 is great for me as i know the app so well. i use it every day for concept art, and have been for years. but for some reason i had never done the same thing for my shots. The previous shot of my son was also done that way and i think i'll investigate even more in that direction.
FTWR / Midnight / Indigo and Nightmare
Photo by Larry Holder *Point of Light Productions*
My piece for:
deerBLN group show
Cologne / Germany
30x30 cm, mixed media