This week, Tina leads the theme “One Photo Two Ways”. Tina asks us to show the same subject captured using multiple, different approaches.
Here are a horizontal and vertical images of a pavilion in the local Japanese Garden:
Another example is a Zenia flower, one was capture from the side and the other was from the top of the same flower.
Panning on a still scene is a cool way to capture a landscape. The technique enables us to blend the colors and elements of the scene into an abstract image. For this one, I selected shutter priority mode with 1/25s and moved my camera vertically.
The isolated color process through Photoshop can make an image a little more interesting. I first turned the original image into black and white, then isolated the chairs in red:
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