This is a sepia toned black and white elliptical photograph of the orchards, farmland, and rolling hills east and south of Hood River with Mt Adams in the background.
Sony A7RII, 1/80sec, at f/11, ISO 100, 70mm (FE 70-300 F/4.5-5.6 G OSS)
Brita Enflo - Square
Off kilter store front that simultaneously features symmetry and asymmetry.
Bronica ETR, Portra 160, Zenzanon MC 75mm f/2.8
Angela Holm - No Pie
Nikon FM2 35mm Film Ektar
Cora Coronel - Laundry
Square format 4x4
Lori Ackerman - Mustang
Low angled setting sun was behind the herd. I went in the paddock with them and photographed this cream buckskin with the sun shining through her light colored eye.
Sony A7iii, 85mm lens, 1/125 s @ f4.5 iso 200
Manne Canseco - Introvert
Vie d'un introverti. This is a small project of mine when I take pictures of introverts when I'm an introvert myself.
Canon EOS A2 Fujifilm 800
Michelle Swanson - Bending Light
The art of photography is sometimes more than just creating an image using the light available, because it can also be about manipulating the light available to create an image.
This image was captured while experimenting with a light bending/painting technique. By shooting at night with a long exposure and low ISO, smoothly rotating the camera while it is still attached to a tripod creates incredibly artistic and interesting images.
Canon, 6D Mark II, f/4.5, ISO 200, 3.2sec, 24mm
Tommy Spencer - Lonesome Bilies Pano with LomoLCWide
I love panoramics. I have many cameras that already shoot in normal panoramic ratios, but since we were challenged to shoot in a new ratio I shot my Lomo LC-Wide on half frame mode with the full size frame size selected so as to create overlap and thus a totally unique size frame!
The Lonesome Billies at Widmer captured in panoramic glory!
Lomo LC-Wide, Ilford HP5
Vanae Williams - The upside down
This image was made as part of a series to give perspective into mental health struggles.
Some days are in color and some in black and white...sometimes I wonder if the world is upside down, or just my mind.
Canon 5D Mark III, 1/800 sec, 85mm, f/3.2, ISO 100