Thank you! :) Sure, I can follow yours, but I don’t really reblog. Sorry!
Thanks! :) I’ve been into photography ever since I was a freshman in high school, and now I just graduated, so it’s been 4 years! As for sketching, I started when I was a junior! So it’s just my second year since I started!
My advice for you is to keep practicing. That’s all there is to it. You’ll learn a lot along the way, and if you get any opportunities for photography, make sure to take them! Use the internet as a guide! I’m self-taught, so the things I wanted to learn, I just searched on the internet. That’s pretty much it! Good luck! :)
Well, I haven’t even had any fashion photos, unless you count my shoot with Ed & Bea (The biker & plaid shoot) as fashion. When I edit, I use a program called Alien Skin Exposure 3.0. It can be a stand alone program, but in my case it’s a plug-in for Photoshop. You should get the program because it’s definitely user-friendly. It has all sorts of presets for black & white, vintage, contrast, etc. Go ahead and try it out, if you still have a hard time with it, I’ll gladly help you out, just let me know! :)
Cool, so there also is a filter for it! Another person said the same thing about the aperture, so I guess we can get the effect without the filter! Thanks! :)
Ever since February 9, 2010!
You guys suck! Whoever posted this question! Hahaha! But it’s obviously Erica…
HAHAHA! Noice one!
Thank you! :)
Oh yeaah! That makes sense. Haha! Cool! I never knew that! I gotta try that out.
Sorry, but I’m not so sure. Maybe it’s a filter? Or maybe it’s a feature in the camera. I’ve seen some cameras that can convert sources of light into starburts!