I am typically not one to use image manipulation programs (Photoshop, GIMP, etc.) to enhance my photographs. I believe in a natural preservation of the way things are when I'm painting with light. Althea Hendricksen would agree with me fully.
However, there are situations in which I will give in to photo-editing: (1) if my client asks for the removal of a coincidental blemish, or (2) for the sake of artistic touch. However, in the sense of artistic touch, I believe the photographer should always be clear and honest about the manipulation.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Thursday, June 7, 2012
I had a materials engineering class this quarter (MatE 210). It is mainly an introduction class, and was run in a very odd fashion. One of the oddities was the presence of art projects in the midst of this class.
For this last art project, we had to produce a piece of art that supported a view of ours, and then discuss some of the materials involved. It at least had that latter point to relate it to materials engineering. We chose to cover a junked bike frame with photos of bamboo and bike life. The message was that if we enjoy the environment so much, we ought to support using renewable materials (such as bamboo) in our construction, especially for objects, such as bikes, with interact with the environment on a daily basis. It may be a little too green for some people's tastes, but it completed the assignment and constructing the bike was fun.
|Overall picture of the bike layout; the frame is composed mainly of bamboo shots,|
the seat and wheels of action shots. The separation of colors helps define the
different parts of the bike.
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Thanks for stopping by the WeberShots blog! Here you'll find occasional pictures I'd like to share, as well as promotional material (eventually) such as Chrome themes, Windows 7 themes, etc. Anyway, I won't let that be the only (boring) material of my first post, so read on!