Seagull on the rocks at the tide pools at Point Loma. I just kept being hit by the contrast of the dark hard rocks and the white soft water with the seagull bridging both.
When you look at most “bird photography” they are just unaltered photographs of birds in the wild. Most images are birds sitting on branches staring off to the right or left so you get a good profile.
I’ve been trying to come up with creative ways to use the photography that I’m managing to take. I don’t have a super fancy camera so I can’t do crazy things like double or super long exposures. Also, since birds move so quickly it’s difficult to be super fancy when taking photos. It’s hard enough to just get a shot of a bird in focus!
So, I’ve been pulling some of my shots into Photoshop trying to come up with cool filters, blurs, and actions to apply to my work. I’m trying to see what you can do in post to enhance a photograph.
My favorite local San Diego photographer is Nicole Boramanand of BeachRadish Images. I love her uniquely stylized photography and although I don’t think that I would be able to replicate many of her techniques, I’m being inspired by her work. I’m trying to duplicate the mood is creates in her work.
What do you think?
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