This is one of my favorites. It looks like a British retired officer is sitting in his living room reading a book. Also, when you are photographing though a window there is a chance that will get some sort of reflection into your image. That can be disturbing or it can enhance the image.
Enjoy and have a great week-end!
The image is also taken at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. It is always amazing to me what these new cameras can do in low light! I shot this image at ISO 1600, converted the raw image into three files and used NIK HDR Efex pro to create this image.
I don’t know what these gentlemen are cooking but I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!
I photographed this painter who was sitting in a room with his client. He was probably explaining his art and his hands were moving.
Enjoy the image and keep on photographing!
I used the window as a frame in this image. The image is also shot at the cow palace under very poor light conditions. It is amazing what these new cameras can do and a little bit of Photoshop certainly helps. I actually used Nik Color Efex pro to get this image.
Enjoy and keep on photographing!
This weeks challenge is a little bit harder to archive. Go and photograph people behind windows. I found the perfect opportunity at Christmas fare.
When you photograph through a window you have to make an important decision. Do you want to focus on the window or the person that you want to portrait. I decided to focus on the window to photograph the candle maker.
As always, enjoy this exercise!