It was a clear, beautiful day here in southern Louisiana today. I wanted to take advantage of it and get a star trail this evening. I did get a meteor in the shot and it looks like a satellite going through the shot. This is 66 x 30 second shots merged together.
This is my picture of the day for yesterday. This cute little flower is growing in one of the flower pots on our front porch. I grabbed this shot right before we left for our final performance of the play we were in and the cast party afterwards.
Some really good photos…
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Tonight is the last showing of the Eunice Players Theater of “The Diary of Anne Frank”. Tomorrow, or maybe Monday, I’ll try to post a gallery of the better photos I’ve taken throughout the production, specifically the ones pertaining to the production. But I do have a few snapshots I took during the last week that I can share with you today. I hope you enjoy them! I used my cell to take the photos and the Pixlr Express app to edit them.I think I titled this one “Bricks and Grass”. I know. It’s not the most epic title but I don’t…
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I knew it was going to be a late night tonight because after the play, the cast and crew are going out to eat and hang out. I went walking around this afternoon to see what I could shoot. The clouds were pretty cool so I got a couple of shots. I thought to myself that I don’t remember ever doing a shot down the road with my camera on the ground. So, I grabbed a couple of shots. When I started editing my shots, I really liked this one. Since the infrared editing process is still something new to me, I ran the Infrared action just to see what it would look like. The above picture is it. I thought it came out pretty cool looking.
On a side note, I got to thinking today. Next Friday will be my 1,000th picture of the day. I’m pretty stoked about it. I’m not sure what I’m going to do yet. I have a week to figure it out. Thanks to everybody who has followed me throughout this journey. It is greatly appreciated.
Sorry for the late post. I had a play performance this evening. After the performance, I checked my radar app and there were some really nice thunderstorms in the area. As we were driving home, we didn’t see any lightning. When we got home, I kept checking the skies for lightning. Nothing for a little bit. After about 20 – 30 minutes of being at home, I saw some flashes. Melody and I dropped the kids off next door and went to one of my storm spotting areas to see what was going on. As we got to the spot to set up, the storm stopped producing lightning. Not pleased but I got a few shots. Maybe next time. Maybe…
More coffee and tunes…
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I didn’t get enough this morning. :D Here are a few more tunes for you to enjoy with your coffee…or whatever beverage you prefer!
And here’s a Koda mix. I really like Koda! Hope you enjoy these tunes!
A nice shot from our storm chase yesterday…
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My husband, John, is the photographer in our house but I like to take snapshots and edit them on my cell. I just have fun with it and don’t intend to make a career out of it like he is doing. We are also certified storm spotters and we take as many opportunities as possible to check out storms in our area and keep and eye on what they’re doing. I do admit to being fascinated by lightning, charmed by thunder, and mesmerized by cloud formations. As we were following a couple of storm cells in our area, John found an excellent place to stop and this tree was right there, begging to be photographed. :) You can see John’s photo of the tree (a much better quality, and a panoramic photo, as well!) on his post for today, by clicking here. So, without further ado, here’s my photo.
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This afternoon, I got a video update from Serge Remelli. He is one of my favorite people to watch on YouTube for editing pictures. Today’s video was about converting your pictures into an infrared look. Here is the video just in case you are interested in seeing how to create it. I took this shot right before leaving for our performance. I really like this effect.
This afternoon, Melody (my wife) and I got to do a bit of storm chasing/spotting. We went north of town to check out some intense storms. One of the places we stopped, there was this tree with the storm behind it. We both got some shots of it. I thought it looked really good in black and white. When I processed it in Lightroom, I cut the contrast on one of the pictures and boosted the contrast in another. I merged the two pictures together, pulled out the tree from the high contrast edit and kept the clouds from the cut contrast edit. The tree made a nice addition to the shooting.