Thursday, January 29, 2015

Tilt Shift Photography

I found a few webpages highlighting tilt shift photography, and I really like it because it makes everything, especially people, seem that they are a model, as if they are living with a train model world. With so many great looking pictures, but only a few lenses sold, it seems like this is an underutilized technique that produce such a unique look.
tilt shift photography
tilt shift photography

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Un-Belize-able Tropical Rainforrest

This picture was taken while on a hiking/rafting trip while in the forrest of Belize. I liked how the water became a shade of green, rather than the blue that it typically is.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Forrest of somewhere Wyoming

This is a picture I took while in Wyoming in the fall just as the leaves changed while the evergreens stayed green. It was taken with an Olympus point and shoot with no settings changes.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

First Post

As a student in the aviation program, I plan to work for the airlines and be able to travel the world and see all the different landscapes world wide, such as the Trolltunga cliff in Norway. This picture shows the unadulterated cliff, as no safety rail has been installed. Photo taken by Till Hanten of the Norwegian Tourism Board