Thursday, September 5, 2013

Coming Up Next...

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I know I promised in my last post to bring you some aerials and landscapes that have been taken on our way back from the mountains. I'll fulfill my promise of course, just not today. I think those pictures will be up on Saturday. Here is a short list of things I have planned over the next few days.

Friday: Of course it has got to be Friday My Town Shoot Out, with this weeks theme "Taste of your town". I am planing on buying and cooking some local cuisine, and then taking shots of it. That will cover up most of my day, today, because I want to share some recipes as well with you. Maybe you'll like to recreate some of the dishes.

Saturday: It's landscape time. Last glimpses of the fading summer are presented in these aerials, that I took from a high up mountain road. They cover a big valley with villages, that is bathed in the light of the setting sun. Quite a view, I promise.

Sunday: And on Sunday it's time for another Tutorial. It will be about black and white landscapes, and how black and white can actually dramatize an image and bring some life into it (even though it's not something you except from black and white). It will feature JPEG and RAW methods! Of course this post will include a black and white landscape I took and edited recently.

As you can see, the weekend will be full of posts, I just wanted to let you know what you can expect in the coming days. I can't wait for all the contributions to the Friday My Town Shoot Out theme!

Also, If you have any suggestions for Tutorials you'd like me to do, let me know below, and I'll see that I get to it.

14 comments:

  1. Hey Mersad....coole Aufnahme, dass Bild kommt irgendwie richtig gut rüber !

    Grüße

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  2. I love the composition here, and those rich cool colors too! (Yes, summer faded too quickly, but I don't miss the heat:)

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  3. I like the mixture of rocks and water = adds interest.

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    1. This was a shot that I took using a slow shutter speed. That's why the water is milky.

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  4. we will be waiting to see all three days and what you come up with...

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    1. Thank you. I hope I'll meet the expectations! :)

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  5. Love the cobalt blue of the water in your photo Mersad -- and nice that you are giving us a sneak peek into your next few posts.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! I hope you'll enjoy them.

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  6. I like the clarity of the rocks in the water and I am looking forward to the promised recipe.

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