Over the past few years, I’ve seen my photography change and improve. Looking back on what I’ve learnt over the last 3 years, I’ve realised what an incredible journey it has been.
Reflecting on past work…
I was looking though my older photographs and found one that I captured and processed way back in January 2007. This photo was taken on my old 6.2 mega pixel Sony T10 point and shoot camera. When I edited the photo original, it’s likely that it took me about 30 minutes.
…To create better work!
I decided to dig up the original photograph and re-process it to see how much my processing methods have changed. I spent about 2 minutes on this image and the results were great! Comparing it to the same photo above, It’s nice to see a noticeable improvement in my post processing skills, both time and tool usage.
I can only imagine that there are people out there that appreciate the original edit. What are your thoughts? Have you noticed your own post processing techniques change or improve over the past few years?
A young person with hearts painted on her face. Yet another photo from an event! I’ve been digging into all my people photos recently. I really enjoy looking though people captures. They seem to bring back a different type of memories and thoughts than landscapes and random things.
I hope you’ve been enjoying them too!
An exhausted smile at an end of a long weekend away. This photo was taken at the end of a camp I attended. A very fun and energetic weekend away but very exhausting.
There were a couple of photos posted a few months back with glowsticks that were also taken on this weekend.
A teenager text messaging a friend. I am continually amazed at the amount of time people spend on their phone (not excluding myself!)
I actually had a wonderful weekend in the Blue Mountains without a phone last week. A nice change to the norm.
A photo of Stewart Orme taken during Benton’s 21st birthday celebration on the M.V. Southern Cross on Lake Burley Griffin.
At just 23, Stewart passed away on Sunday April 29th 2012. Read a little about Stewart in my post, until we meet again brother.