This entry was posted on January 25, 2010 by andrewlewiscampbell. It was filed under Uncategorized and was tagged with design, district, dovestone, lomo, mountain, peak, photography, powder, snow, snowboard, walking.
Are the depth of field tricks you’re using here based on tilt shift or is it another technique? Would love to know how you do it!
January 25, 2010 at 7:52 am
I guess they’re based around a tilt-shift look, but just whatever works really. That feet shot is just softer around the edges, kinda like a cheap plastic lens. The shot of the farm (top) and sheep having a chat (bottom) are shot with tilt-shift in mind, hence the lack of any foreground detail. But I think working with the levels, and colour balance does a lot to bring about some extra depth. That and there’s some lens/filter dust which fills that little void up front a tad. Basically: Option Q, Option G, Reflected Grad’, Lens Blur, Levels, Colour Balance, Separate R, G, B, curves, Maps (maybe screen a dark blue-orange), Luz in some texture….and crop your way to glory!
January 25, 2010 at 9:39 am
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I'm Andrew Lewis Campbell, a 24 year old photographer, illustrator and graphic designer currently residing in Manchester.
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