Came back from Germany yesterday and tomorrow I’m heading for Jutland for three days to help out My younger brother, with a photo assignment, consisting of making photos of all the city zoo shops in the country. Gonna be a lot of fun.
It’s been a while since I made and published one of my fake Polaroid effect photos. This one should change that.
The photo is made with my brand new Nikon D800 a few weeks ago, when I was visiting my parents for Easter, and bought the camera along in the hopes of get a little time to test it, but the weather was rather crappy and the only photos I got was a few I made in their garden, where this is one of them.
- Aperture: ƒ/1.8
- Camera: NIKON D800
- Taken: 6 April, 2012
- Focal length: 20mm
- ISO: 100
- Shutter speed: 1/8000s
In the Summer of 2006, I went on a road trip with 4 of My friends, we drove from Berlin all the way down to somewhere in the middle of Croatia and back again. It was one hell of a trip, cause we hadn’t planed anything, and it turn out that we all had different ideas of what the trip was all about, and sure enough we had our arguments, at one point I was ready to go to the nearest train station and take the next train home.
This makes It sound like it was a really bad trip, but looking back at it today, I it wasn’t that bad at all, there where many great moments as well, but I learned that if you are going on a road trip with more the 1 person, you really need to sit down and talk about what the trip should be like, you don’t have to plan it in minor details, but definitely sit down and have at talk about it.
This shoot was made in the small – and very cozy – Croatian town Rovinj, I was just walking around enjoying the hot weather, when I saw this lady walking her dog, she was walking up this small road,and just as I started shooting som pictures, she turn around as if she could hear the shutter clicking. Lucky me, cause that made the shot that much better.
- Aperture: ƒ/6.3
- Camera: NIKON D70s
- Taken: 27 July, 2006
- Focal length: 200mm
- ISO: 800
- Shutter speed: 1/160s
Well, thought it was about time you got a new fake Polaroid photo, so here you go. This one is from a small town in Texas called Barnhart, where I stopped for gas and some other supplies one evening.
Post process is Lightroom only, and I actually didn’t do that much, I of course changed the colors to get the Polaroid look, but that’s sort of it, no cropping or anything like that.