Here is a photography project for you guys. And this one is rather special since it is not about capturing the beauty but the beast.
Here are the details
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Time for a second photography project and for that one I will ask you to take a picture of your bedroom.
The picture itself can be of just an object or a global view, but it just has to be taken in your bedroom
- Take a picture of your bedroom or a special object that is permanently located in your bedroom
- Post the photo on your blog photoblog website flickr zoomr etc…
- Go to the project contact form on this page, enter your name email and link to your submission
This is my submission for the Iron Chef Photography: Fork
I took these pictures with very rudimentary equipment, since I don’t have a way to trigger my external flash off shoe, I just set my camera to 2 sec exposure in a pitch black room and I was triggering the flash manually speaking, so it took me a good deal of trial and error to get the desired effect.
Post processing on this one is minimal, just curves to increase contrast and resizing for web.
Well that’s it the “Send me a Postcard” project has finished and I got 7 submissions from different part of the world and with mine that makes 8 of them.
Unfortunately most failed to specify the location of the picture.
This is my submission for Neil’s project The View from Below…
This is the picture of an old church in the village of Batroun in North Lebanon. I was there shooting during the week end and took this shot for the project.
I know that it could use much enhancements specially with regards to contrasts, however I do not have Adobe Photoshop installed on my computer yet ” ((“I have recently formated”))” and I didn’t want to miss the deadline so this is a quick one done with Picasa.