At “Introjection: Durham, North Carolina—Sealed Door” Scott Hazard’s sculpture-and-photography mix explores the geography of the subject with a carved interior space that is unexpected in a framed photograph.
1⃣ So first off I increased the Saturation by +37. I did this so the next filter I applied wouldn't make my image too desaturated. 2⃣ Then I applied the Loch filter at +68 3⃣ After that the Cascade filter at +31 4⃣ Next to bring a little of that vintage warmth into my image I used the Sa...
Start with of Rain (Original Filter) Continue with of Atlas (Original Filter) Then apply of Relic (Original Filter) Finish it off with of Sage (Original Filter) Try it out for yourself! I stole this photo from my friend (ssshhhhh don't tell him)
here with another weekend fusion filter. Start with of the Thorn filter (Seasons) Then add of the Glen filter (Wander) Continue with of the Cascade filter (Wander) Finish it off with of the Sage filter (Original)
For the past two months, my family and I take our Sundays to explore our country. This time we went to Sintra. I was very excited because this city is absolutely beautiful but unfortunately the prices for the museums and palaces are too expensive, which is absolutely pathetic. However, it's a place you should visit because it's really beautiful, like I've already mentioned.
but if I sing along a little fcking louder to a happy song, I'll be alright.
Here's an example of a BAD picture. Usually people don't share their "mistakes", probably because it's a matter of aesthetic. However, taking good shots requires a lot of experience and experience comes from failures. In my opinion, realising the mistakes on a picture is already a huge step to take better shots. Notes for next time: less effects of post production, less visual distractions and better perspective.
You can't understand the height of this cliff but it was terrifying. The angry salty ocean violently hitting the rock and the relaxing sound of the nature. You can't see if you don't learn how to watch.