I haven't taken a self portrait depicting emotion in quite some time. I thought this would be something different than my typical photos.
I wanted to create a series of photos that represents sort of how I feel lately as I struggle with depression and the negative side effects of being addicted...
That's right. This photo has tons of noise in it but for some reason I really liked it. Others don't and that's fine but I almost deleted it because I knew others woulden't like it but why should I care what others think if I like it?
I just wanted to share it :D
It's kind of abstract, I...
I debated where I should share this photo but I ultimately decided to place it in the b&w gallery because when I took this shot I deliberately wanted it to be in black & white.
I was walking about and noticed this tiny big chilling out on top of one of these leafs from a blooming tree and for...
Lately when going to car shows I pretty much stopped taking pictures of cars because it gets so repetitive so instead of being a photographer, I become a car enthusiast which I also am and I check out other peoples rides and talk shop, which luckily is kind of improving my speech impediment...
I don't live in a city with huge tall skyscrapers but even in a small town or city here in Vermont, there are ways to get some sort of a city architecture type shot.
Nikon D610 + 16-35 f/4 VR
35mm, 1/250th, f/8, ISO 100
Corner by Nicholas Erwin, on Flickr
Good afternoon everyone,
I'm posting this in the film thread, because I shoot film (B&W). I know it's applicable to digital photography, but I've found film photographers tend to have slightly different ideas of methodology. I would welcome insight from anyone, though.
I've been feeling...
Never developed my own film. Sure I've shot it and got it processed etc etc.
Just bought a new house and there's an ideal "darkroom" included. Totally dark!
What do I need to develop my own Black and White images? I shoot B&W film from time to time.
Is anybody able to list for me the...
Roadside Antiques Shop in Torrance Ontario by thelearningcurvefoto on Photography Forum
A VERY well used building now serving as a roadside antiques shop near Torrance Ontario.
Original photography using a Canon EOS 60D body with a Sigma 17-70mm f2.8 DC Macro OS lens and Silver EFEX Pro as a...
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the learning curve photography