For the last year and a half, I have been into making panoramic photos by stitching shots together... then earlier this summer I was into macro photography due to a new lens... Lately I've been really into time lapse with tilt shift as well as night shots featuring streaking headlights. I think I might be complicating my life, but oh well... It's a lot of fun learning these new techniques! Above is a shot of a long exposure of traffic between Grand Forks, ND and East Grand Forks, MN. I also did some time lapse sequences while up north. The video can be seen on my Vimeo account here: http://www.vimeo.com/14107392
Below are a couple shots of Cliff Avenue (looking south), in Sioux Falls with the added "faux" tilt shift effect. This effect sort of tricks your eyes/brain to think you are looking at a miniature scene. I'll post more examples of older photos I've added this effect to further down. Also, for a time lapse video I made out in Custer State Park and Angostura Reservoir over Memorial Day, check out this link on Vimeo: http://www.vimeo.com/13606732
Don't forget to click on each photo for a larger file to view and thanks for stopping by!
Wrigley Field panoramic and tilt shift... I believe I posted this one already, but I wanted to include it in this post as well as I think it turned out very nicely and believe it or not, with the effect on, it is a much more interesting photo to view than without it.
Zoomed in a bit with the effect on.
Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati from the game I attended last year.
Great American Ballpark from last summer.
Wrigley Field from the right field bleachers in 2008.
From the Lobo hotel and resort inside of Serengeti National Park, Tanzania East Africa.
The campus of Mavuno Village, an orphanage on the shores of Lake Victoria in East Africa.