Tag Archives: calm

13 Apr
11 Tilt-Shift Images

How did all that detail fit into such a tiny scene? Tilt-shift photography is a term that replicates miniature scenes using movements on small and medium format cameras.  Many common camera’s don’t have the ability to “tilt” the image plane (getting the image sharp) or “shift” (adjust the position of the image) to achieve this

04 Dec
Romance

Photograph by Hendro Alramy, ©Hendro Alramy Photograph by Hendro Alramy, 500px.com/hendro_alramy Location: Serpong, Indonesia Date: June 29, 2011 Camera: Nikon D90 Focal Length: 92mm Aperature: f/5 ISO: 500 Exposure: 1/80 sec Note: Hendro Alramy took this photo in Serpong, Indonesia.  I love the connection between the two subjects and suggests that a state of relaxation

25 Oct
Horsell Trees II

©Andy Bell Photograph by Andy Bell, DeceptiveMedia.co.uk Date: November 20, 2008 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Focal Length: 70mm Aperature: f/10 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/10 sec Note: Andy Bell took this photo in the Horsell Commons in Surrey, England. Notice the mood the photo captures with the hazy lighting coming through the trees. Post-processing is often

24 Oct
Calm

©Thomas Bonin Photograph by Thomas Bonin, PixelCandy.TomYeah.com Date: October 21, 2007 Focal Length: 100mm Aperature: f/5.6 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/50 Note: Thomas Bonin captured serenity by shooting this photo at the perfect time in the day, utilizing depth of field and the rainy weather. This photo shows that you don’t have to be standing on