This posts photography was inspired by @Kanbokeh. Below is a photo that inspired me to take the photos in this post. After coming across these photos, I absolutely loved them. They made me want to emulate them. Using these two photos, I began taking photos.
The first photo is below is very similar photos that Kambohek took but since I am a different photographer to them, I of course edited differently. I edited this photo in a new Digital Film App which is by Julia Trotter and her cousin. This app has unique features that I absolutely love using. She is another photographer on Instagram and YouTube. After editing in the Digital Film App I moved to edit in Photoshop to increase the blur.
The next photo below was in last weeks post using the same idea but took it with two people. If you missed last weeks post, this was edited using the photoshop lens distortion and filters.
This photo was taken on a path near my house with beautiful yellow trees in the background. This was also inspired by the posts by Kanbokeh but I made it my own. After finding a leaf without holes through it, I took this photo. I also edited this photo using the Digital Film App and put the autumn filter on the photo.
This photo was taken on the same walk as the one above. I found this massive leaf bigger than my hand and even my head. It was this magnificent leaf that was unlike anything I had ever seen before so I then took this final shot below:
I hope you enjoyed this week’s post. I had a ton of fun taking these photos. Also, I wanted to thank you all for visiting and reading my blog. As of writing this post, the blog has 91 visitors, 63 blogs likes, 21 comments, and 434 page views. I am delighted how much this blog has grown and love reading the comments that you write. It means a lot to me and I want to give you all a big thank you!
This week I also got another award in a photo contest for being in the top 50%. Be sure to go check it out at this link:
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3 thoughts on “Autumn Leaves”
Thanks for how-you-did-it details. I’m not a photographer myself, but I’m fascinated by the art and science involved.
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No problem. I wanted to go into more detail for this post because I did borrow the idea and wanted to give others the opportunity to try it out if they wanted!