Friday, December 6, 2013

Final Blogpost

This semester is about to be over and this is my final blogpost. This first photo belongs to http://mostamazingintheworld.com and it is a waterfall somewhere in the world. The overexposed water lights up the photo in a great way and I just fell in love with it.

The next photo is taken by the-woj.com and it is another great picture with a longer exposer time and great colours.
Thanks for following my blog,
-Anton Larsson

10 reviews about other students pictures.

This photo is taken by Jonathan Diem with an Iphone. I really like how the lumber give the picture a very good depth. The long shutter time gives the water a very soft feel and creates a good contrast in the picture. I do wich there was stronger colors in the photo, and if it would have been  taken closer to the ground everything would have looked a little larger.
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-soKI4Vm2bXU/ULfO1MdWblI/AAAAAAAAAJg/68oL-tHVowg/s1600/IMG_0638.JPG

This photo is taken by Cody Halvarson and it is a black-white photo. The way the bison walk together fits very well into the picture and I like how it is composed. I like that he made the photo in black and white but I also which the photo had been taken more from the right. I think that would have given the photo more "depth".

http://codyhalversonphotography.blogspot.com

The next picture is taken by Noah Kiruiprani and it is a shot from yellowstone. The waterfall is framed in a really nice way and it brings your eyes back to to middle of the picture. The lights are good but I do think that the colors of the sky could have been brought out more.
http://mrkirui.blogspot.com

The next Picture is also taken by Noah and it is a very simple but beautiful picture. It gives you the feeling that you are laying down in the grass and I like how the picture is a little tilted.If I could see the mountains better the photo would have looked more appealing.
http://mrkirui.blogspot.com

This picture is taken by Jase Oriet and it is a beautiful picture. I cant explain why I like it is just a great picture. Simple, depth. colors, nice object from a great direction.
http://art499travelphotography.blogspot.com/2011/12/favorite-photos.html

This picture is taken by Nancy Robinson and it is a gorgeous black-white photo. The boat give the photo great contrasts at the same time as the rocks in the front gives the photo more depth. the left side of the image also make that you get your eyes back into the middle of the picture.
http://nancybrobinson.blogspot.com


The next photo is also taken by Nancy and it is also made in black and white. I don't like it as much as the last one but I still think it is composed in a very professional way. What I think is missing is that I wish I could see the full bay, compared to the last picture this one feels "empty" and boring.
http://nancybrobinson.blogspot.com

Another photo taken by Nancy and this one is a lot different from the other two. The color schema is  fantastic and I love how the focus is on the leaf and not the background. The strong focus makes the photo very appealing together with the colors. The background also make you think about what is behind.
http://nancybrobinson.blogspot.com

This photo is taken by Michael Eggen. The double rainbow in the photo is gorgeous and we can even see how it touch the ground. I do think that the tree on the side does not fit in to the photo very well and if it would have been cropped different or taken further away would have been better.
http://mikeeggennaturephotography.blogspot.com

The next one is also taken by Michael Eggen and it represent Monatana very well. What I dont like about it is how there is no real object or how the quality is relatively low. With stronger colors, higher quality photo and cropped above the cloud I do think this could have been a really great photo.
http://mikeeggennaturephotography.blogspot.com







Sunday, December 1, 2013

30 photos for the final presentation and blog post

These upcoming photos are taken from the start of this semester until as of last week, most of them are taken from the yellowstone trip with a Sony DSC-RX100, and a few of them with an Apple Iphone 4s.
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 320
10.4mm
f/4.5
1/250

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/2.2
1/2000
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/8.0
1/30
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/8.0
1/30

Camera: Apple Iphone 4s
Location: Cooper Mountain, CO
ISO 50
4.28mm
f/2.4
1/4300


Camera: Apple Iphone 4s
Location: Cooper Mountain, CO
ISO 50
4.8mm
f/2.4
1/4600

Camera: Apple Iphone 4s
Location: Billings, MT
ISO 50
4.8mm
f/2.4
1/4600
Camera: Apple Iphone 4s
Location: Bozeman, MT
ISO 50
4.28mm
f/2.4
1/3200

Camera: Apple Iphone 4s
Location: Bozeman, MT
ISO 50
4.28mm
f/2.4
1/700

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/8.0
1/30

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/11
1/60

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/11
1/4

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
20.64mm
f/11
1/125

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 320
10.4mm
f/4.5
1/250

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 320
10.4mm
f/11
1/125

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/11
1/250

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/11
1/250

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
15.1mm
f/11
1/80

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/5.6
1/200

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/5.6
1/200

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/11
1/15

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/5.6
1/250

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
37.1mm
f/10
1/200

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/2.5
1/2000

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 12
17.18mm
f/4.0
1/2000

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 3200
10.4mm
f/1.8
1/2000

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
37.1mm
f/8.0
1/20

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/11
1/80
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
10.4mm
f/11
1/640

Camera: Sony DSC-RX100
Location: Yellowstone
ISO 125
37.1
f/11
1/100






















Thursday, November 21, 2013

Yellowstone captured by Mark Johanson

"A rainbow of light can be seen at the base of the 93 meter tall Yellowstone River Lower Falls in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, June 21, 2011. "

"The Grand Prismatic Spring, the largest in the United States and third largest in the world, is seen in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, June 22, 2011."
The Grand Prismatic Spring, the largest in the United States and third largest in the world, is seen in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, June 22, 2011."
"The nearly constantly erupting Clepsydra Geyser in the Fountain Paint Pot area in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, June 21, 2011."

Monday, November 18, 2013

Art show

My latest blog update was about the art competition. I submitted my photo last week and it didnt turned out to be the one I was planning on. This photo is also taken in yellowstone early in the morning.  The sun lighting on the water give the picture strong colours and a "deep view".

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Yellowstone 2.0



Theses two pictures are the finished product and I am currently considering the black and white photo for the upcoming art show. The first picture show the powerful nature in yellowstone with very beautiful colours. The main object is one of the "blowers" in the park.


The next photo is from a sunset in Yellowstone and I decided to make the photo in Black and white to have something that can bring out the different shades and the mono effect is very fascinating to me.


Thursday, October 31, 2013

Yellowstone National Park

Last weekend I went to yellowstone and where able to get some really great photo opportunities. The whether was windy but no snow or rain. This is some un-edited pictures I took during the weekend. All pictures will be reposted later when they are edited and done. All pictures are taken with a Sony DSC-RX100