It has been at least a good 6 months since I've been on here; truth be told I thought I may have lost my spark for photography.
However when I had the opportunity to visit Lake Tahoe last week I couldn't resist bringing my good ol' Pentax along for the ride.
Here are the results... =D...
I am 16 and a junior in high school, and I am under ever-increasing pressure to find a college to go to when I finish school.
My question is, for a career in photography, be it a photojournalist or owning my own photo business or something else, exactly what is the best approach in terms of...
you don't need a tripod, if you have a good enough pano stitching program you can handhold them, assuming there's enough light. For one like this a tripod is essential, those were 30 second exposures
and idk where the composite photos came about i just had the idea one day and it evolved...
Thanks guys =D
#3 is called a Globe Panoramic
basically what you do is you take a 360 degree panoramic shot and use the "Polar Coordinates" filter in photoshop
it turns the entire shot in on itself, makes it look like a miniature planet =P
It has been quite literally forever since I have posted on here, and for a while there I thought I lost my photo flame. But God save me a week ago my passion was once again sparked and I really knuckled down.
I already posted a picture similar to this here but I wanted to try an...