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How You Shot It: The Colors Of Lake Michigan, Image By Brian Baril
I am not a professional photographer and I do this as a creative outlet. This article is about how I took this picture and how I processed it. I am sure there is a better way of doing things and I would love to hear any constructive input. Thanks for your time. Get out and go shoot.
How You Shot It: 1959, Light-Painted Chevy Corvette by Eric James Walsh
I grew up a big fan of rare cars and motorcycles. I heard a friend of a friend had just completed restoration on his 1959 Chevy Corvette convertible and I jumped at the opportunity to create a very unique photograph of his prized possession.
How You Shot It: Vintage Frenchy’s Barber Shop, Photography by Greg Plunk
In today’s ‘How You Shot It’ photographer Greg Plunk shares how he shot this dark and moody image of Frenchy’s Barber Shop.
How You Shot It: Bringing a Pop of Color into Dull Images ~ ‘Neon Bright Stockholm’
How You Shot It is a series where you show us how you shot an image. Today’s post is from Paolo Altomare, an economics student in Milan, Italy.
How You Shot It: Musical Memories ~ Shooting Portraits During the ‘Golden Hour’
How You Shot It is a series where you show us how you shot an image. Today’s post is from Ryan Williams from RWill Design & Photography in San Diego.
How You Shot It: The Elliots – Desolate by Anders Lönnfeldt
Andreas Lönnfeldt tells us how he shot this beautiful music video for the Swedish band “The Elliots”.
How You Shot it: Adrienna by Reynaldo Vento
On location photoshoots are great because even if you don’t have anything specific in mind, you can use your surroundings to create some interesting shots. Take a look at how Reynaldo Vento created two different style from the same general location and check out the different post-processing approach that he used for each image.