Ok, here it is. This is a better photo of the finished product. Let me know your thoughts! This photo is better than yesterday’s. You can see the detail better. This is not the official photo of it. The glare was terrible, so I had to work on this image. I think I will take this one to get photographed by someone with the right photo studio space.
I was in Wyoming a couple of weeks ago, with a gorgeous full moon. The view was breathtaking, and there was no way I could capture it in a photo, but I tried. Also my attempt at a star trail shot (not a very good one!)
Here’s a few of my night shots.
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I was out in the Texas Hill Country last week at an Art Workshop. I came across this cactus with these beautiful blossoms! They just jumped out! I took this with my phone camera. I decided not to take my Canon, because I wanted to concentrate on painting, and not photographing! (But I could not help myself with this one!).
I got to check out the amazing cows done by some local Austin artists for Cow Parade Austin. CowParade Austin is proud to partner with the City of Austin and the Children’s Medical Center Foundation to benefit Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas and Superhero Kids Fund. You can go see them right now at the Long Center (not sure how long they will be there). I got to photograph almost all the cows, but I realized I missed one of my friends cows! I have them all posted on my Facebook page (and will add my friends cow when I get the photo! 🙂 )
Here’s a few of them!
My husband called me to step outside because I just had to photograph this Praying Mantis! It was just standing on the table I think posing for a picture! 🙂
I used my 50mm lens for this one at f/1.6
The Republic of Texas Biker Rally (ROT Rally), is always a great photo opportunity. So much going on and quite entertaining. And YES, it’s loud! I took quite a few shots, and these were my favorites. I did just use my 50mm 1:4 lens, I thought I would see what I would come up with, and I knew it was going to get dark. (The first shot here is my favorite! It’s a bit blurry but I love it!)
I realized a couple of days ago that I forgot to take a look at my lightning photos from a few weeks ago. I was quite disappointed in most of them, but I guess it’s all about the learning process. This I think is the best one out of the bunch. My problem with most of them was that they were out of focus! (Grrr) Oh well, I will work at it next time.
Today I had the urge to play with my camera. I thought I would take photos at both extremes of the apertures! I like the different effects you get from both ends. Love the star burst shape from the f/22, and the bokeh from the f/1.4. Here’s what I got! (And thank you to my hubby for posing for me!!!) 🙂
I thought I would post a few of my favorite photos from my road trip. I drove to Wyoming from Texas with my daughter, and had a great time. We had a blast playing with the photo apps on my Evo phone! Even the boring scenery was made fun with the apps! Our favorite to use I think was Vignette. We had so much fun making everything look “mini” with the tilt-shift feature!
If you want to see the rest of my trip photos, including Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, check out my Facebook page!
I am on the road to Wyoming with my daughter, and having fun with photos along the way. This photo is taken with my Evo, Vignette app, tilt shift setting. I love it!