During spring break I took and edited some funny pictures to my photography class still life assignment at the worksite of Habitat for Humanity Sumter trip. I haven’t ever before shot tools and worksite. I think I ended up pretty creative with both – photos and post processing. It was great that I had to be in worksite like 7 hours a day. If there was nothing to build I spent my time improving my photography skills and being creative. This is what I end up:
34mm, f/7.1, 1/160, ISO 100
TOP3: Usually I post first my favorite but let’s do opposite this time! I like the composition and blurry background that’s made with using low f-stop.
21mm, f/9, 1/200, ISO 100
TOP2: This one was very creative idea. I was first taking photos of just hammer and shadow hammer then I realized that hey, I could make shadow hammer do some hammering! This was the result. 🙂
33mm, f/4.5, 1/50, ISO 250
TOP1: My favorite! The photo wasn’t technically super hard to do and it was quick “snapshot” but I love love love the result I created with Photoshop. That was easy and simple to do but it look great though. I love all the colors and they really look good on those hammers, don’t they? 🙂
You can read more about my Habitat trip under tag “Habitat for Humanity” and see more photos under category “Photography”. 🙂 Please let me know if you’re interested in tutorial of making that color effect or if you have any other feedback. It’s always great to get feedback of my photos and blog. Objective feedback is the best way to help me improve this blog and offer you even higher quality photos and texts everyday!
Have a great day everyone! It’s almost April yet – it’s almost summer! 🙂
Ps. It’s quite funny that couple people have found my blog by Googling “Where is Wisconsin”. 😀 It’s in North-Eastern Midwestern USA.