So I finally went around and checked out other people’s work (clicked the Reader button for the first time in an eternity) and it’s all very inspiring. I am simultaneously wanting to quit for good because there are much better photographers out there and motivated to try a lot harder to improve my skill with the camera.
I’m probably never going to get caught up on everything from the last time I checked buuuut I’ll try and stay on top of it in the future. And again, thanks to anyone who’s stopped in and liked my work as well.
…well, whenever the sun sets tonight wherever you are to whenever it sets on May 1st. Here’s your informative Wikipedia link: Beltane.
I was gonna take the week off of touching old photos and Photoshop but just because it’s Beltane/May Day here’s a summer nature photo from like 2010 or something insane like that. I still can’t believe I survived the 2012 apocalypse.
It’s kinda heavily touched up but whatever. Enjoy it, I may not bombard your inboxes for a little while because like, I need a break from postprocessing and sorting.
Two more shots to be added to the Gloom galleries. If you haven’t checked it out yet, the Gloom section is here or in the main menu. Or you can just look at them here, on this post, if you’ve already seen that, because they’re shuffled in at random there…
Too many happy flowers today, so I went ahead and made some sad and darkened winter trees for you to be depressed over.
More Niflheimesque gloomy underworld photography.
I also did a panorama through the same filters, and I’m going to make a little mini-gallery of all of them through the same filters. When they’re done I’ll put these two with them and you can all see how this is your Belle Isle on darkness.
And here we have yet another D50 photo, touched up in just Camera RAW on the left and then after applying a few filters from the Nik collection for Photoshop (which Google made free at some point, so go grab it if you’ve got Photoshop) on the right.
I’ve dusted off the camera, and took about 60 photos today; I’ll be posting the good ones. They’re off the James River Park system (Southside trail and Belle Isle).
Also I’ve ditched the site’s old name for Adam Shurte Photography again.