From Toad Hollow Photography via Lightstalking
The internet is full of great photographers and artists, all full of talent and passion. Toad Hollow Photography has been busy all week searching online for the best tutorials, photography and blogs to share with everyone here, and this week’s list reflects some of the highlights encountered. We really do hope you enjoy viewing the photographs and reading the blogs as much as the Toad did in bringing this list to you.
Check out the latest blog post at Toad Hollow, where Mrs. Toad makes her blogging debut. “Arriving In Style” highlights a beautiful historic horse-drawn carriage that forms part of the foundation for the settlement of Vancouver Island itself, and Mrs. Toad takes us behind the scenes to learn about its storied history.
Here is a taste of what is on offer
Brick and Mortar Experiment – Blake Rudis shares another great HDR post as he explores and discusses different approaches to capturing and creating his imagery. The “less is more” mantra is experimented with here, and the results are something you most certainly would not expect.
AskJoeB: The Rule of Thirds Is Boring? – a very insightful post is created here with a set of thoughts regarding a submitted composition by Joe Baraban. Joe’s concepts behind great composition are key issues we bring along with us on every shoot we do, and this particular piece shares some great tips on this.
New Insight to My Workflow Video – A.D. Wheeler takes us behind the scenes as he processes an image. This video presentation is sure to help artists of all levels discover new tips and tricks to use in their own workflow.
Day Walkers – Shooting Lightning in the Daylight – what surely is very challenging to do well at night takes on a whole new set of issues during the day. Scott Wood, a master of lightning photography, delivers a pair of stunning images and shares some of his tips and secrets about this style of photography. This is a well written piece that is sure to form the basis for thought and practice in the field for those interested.
Some Like it Hotter HTDS – this is a detailed article from Mark Neal that shares some insight into stylizations for image processing to create a specific feel from a photo. Mark shares great details in this post, and highlights his thoughts with screenshots so the reader can easily take in the lesson at hand.
Eccentricity – once again, our very own Tom Dinning (@tomdinning) here on Light Stalking creates a piece that is sure to make you stop in your tracks, trying to find the deeper underlying meaning. Tom includes a bit of prose with this great black-and-white photo that creates many questions in the viewers mind, but through it all we’re inspired to live life to its fullest.