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Things are not always as they seem. Find it out by clicking on each picture.
Let’s say you have only 8 sequential shoots but you need at least 40 otherwise the sequence is too short or not smooth enough. How could you fill the gaps?
– Open the sequential pictures in Photoshop
– File > Scripts > Load files into stack
– Add Open files and tag Attempt to Automatically Align Source Images (if you did not shoot on tripod, you could get quite funny effects from this option)
– Window > Animation
– Top right menu of the newly open animation window: Make Frames from Layer
– Top right menu of the animation window: Reverse Frames and Optimize Animation
Where to test the Nikkor 16-35 mm under this grey, equal sky today? Not outside, although I got this lens for border less skies and full size buildings.. . The minimal distance from the lens is 28 cm … none of my other lens can reach it. Let’s test it with flowers and apples! Awesome lens, it substituted my 17-35 mm dream lens but I am not aware of what I lost. For sure, I earned a VR stabilizer, very useful at least for “macro” subjects. Let’s hope in Spring finally coming for outdoor tests …
Artborghi’s call for guest posts and photographers: contribute art and tutorial to the fast growing artborghi photoblog
1. You have original pictures you would like online to share with the community
2. You want to keep the copyright on your own work
3. You are looking for a personalized and customizable way to share your art
4. You have no idea / no time to run a blog
Here is a good way to start opening your artwork to the world:
a. Select a couple of your best shots
b. Organize some text to describe the technique you used, the camera you had, the photo retouch you applied, the place and philosophy (if any) of the picture.
d. We will analyse and organize your content to be properly published on artborghi.wordpress.com
e. Click on big white “Follow” button on the top right of artborghi blog page to get immediate feedback on your art!
We will give you platform and visibility through the fast growing artborghi photoblog and the several networks we belong (click the post picture to zoom). You send us your art we do the rest (picture and text composition, post publication, feedback report). Carpe diem!
I find horses (and donkeys) difficult subjects to shoot.
Their bodies are too long, easy to fail if not sharp at the right points.
Waiting for horses galloping in the wild or for a wide angle, I get (small) satisfactions by cropping tiny pieces of horses. Click and zoom to enjoy their hairiness.
Many thanks to the Dienst Toerisme – Departement Communicatie en Promotie – Stad Gent (Belgium) for including Artborghi pictures on their official channels
on Pinterest http://pinterest.com/visitgent/winter-in-the-city/
and on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/visit_gent/galleries/
Gent under the snow provided a wonderful playground to shoot magic environments with my D800. Click to zoom on the huge post picture made for the occasion. Visit Gent .. also in Winter!