So this semester I have been learning about stock photography and I think that this is my top stock photo. It illustrates a fun concept and involves food, so what could be better? So I present to you “A photo of the first bite of pancakes”. My images can be found on big stock, 123rf, adobe stock, shutterstock, and istock
I have really enjoyed taking photos this past semester. I have learned a lot and have grown as a photographer. I have also loved seeing my work printed and now turned into a photobook!
So we have all seen that photo on how to “Levitate”. You know the one where you pour some water on the floor, and stand next to it and it looks like you’re levitating.
Well, I really enjoyed taking levitation photos so here’s a tutorial on how to make a real levitating photo!
Here’s a link to a PDF version. laurenwagner-levitationtutorial
Here’s a video!
Here’s a link to a website where I got some insparation. http://digital-photography-school.com/levitation-photography-7-tips-for-getting-a-great-image/
This is my fine art print. I choose this photo because I love the details that macro photography allows you to capture. I also enjoy the texture and the colors from the fruit and sugar. As you can see the editing I did was very minimal. I got rid of some of the weird sugar bits. I also made my photo brighter. You can see the edits I made in comparison to the photo below. I also added a video to tell you more about this photograph.
I entered the East Idaho Photo Contest on November 3rd. This photo contest was online and had many categories and many opportunities for photo submissions. Here’s the link to the contest. http://www.idahofallsmagazine.com/2016/10/east-id-community-photo-contest
The first category I submitted photos for is Nature and Wildlife.
The second category I submitted a photo for is sports and leisure.
The last category I submitted a photo for is other.
Here’s the beginnings of my photobook! I used Adobe InDesign to create my front and back covers, a table of contents, a contact page, and a spread.