This week's image was directly inspired by Flour Photography but more specifically the work shown on PetaPixel in a series titled Graveyard Girls. Now, I wish I had taken the originals - they are beautifully haunting and the idea of propping together a makeshift cove sounds like a helluva lot of fun. Alas I did not and I had no intention on copying the feel or mood verbatim. So with that here is my take from what I learned from that post.
Sometimes you get inspired by the weirdest things. Songs tend to lend the best story lines for me in my creative process but not all ideas can come from songs. This image was some sort of came about while researching design oriented photography and wearing this sweatshirt.
This week I am vacationing in Palm Springs (and surrounding areas) and am a bit limited when it comes to fancy lighting and editing resources so I thought I'd take a break from the usual high concept imagery and share with you my lovely little resort after sun down. It always...
I was directly inspired by some new digital techniques to mimic double exposures and thought I'd take a shot at it. It took a bit longer than expected which is why this post is up late as well - You see, a lot of little tweaks and adjustments can be made and it seems like there are infinite possibilities. In the end I settled on this; bringing life back to nature with a light, stark, imperfect, and reflective portrait adorned with a crown of trees.