jardin d’octobre 04/04 – garden of october

jardin d'octobre

the last photos from this set.

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jardin d'octobre

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jardin d'octobre

see my dog? see him?! thats my dog. and those are roosters (?). my dog is half size of those roosters!

and actually half of any chicken.

he is so cute.

jardin d'octobre

jardin d'octobre

jardin d'octobre

jardin d'octobre

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9 thoughts on “jardin d’octobre 04/04 – garden of october

      1. fon8987

        I have the same lens but on the D5100. Now I can see it’s not really about the equipment – but the skill and the eye for the angle! I wish I could produce images like yours. Really, really love you work πŸ™‚ Will keep visiting your blog for inspiration that is for sure. Once again, thank you for sharing the info! πŸ™‚

      2. bubblydiaries Post author

        when you can try to use your lenses opened in their full length. then you can get their max depth. and try to find an angle when you have sth between you and your focus, and after your focus as well, like layers ( 1 layer – focus – 3rd layer β€”> rule of the three). once someone gets its sense its easier to “go against the rules”. good luck with photos. thank you for visiting my blog. : )

  1. fon8987

    Hi,

    Thank you so much for the tip. I would definitely have to try that. I think I know what you were talking about. Also, how do you get all your pictures to look so soft and dreamy? Desaturation in Photoshop/Lightroom? But I feel like there is something more to it. I am so sorry for asking too many questions, if you do not wanna answer I would totally understand. I was showing your pictures to my friend and he absolutely love them πŸ™‚

    Have a great day,
    Fon

    Reply
    1. bubblydiaries Post author

      i usually use a lot of photoshop with a mass of layers with different blendings, opacities, etc. if you arent that familiar with photoshop, you can try to use action created by those who are. i really like her actions: http://lieveheersbeestje.deviantart.com/gallery/ (she also explains how to use the actions in the program, i dont know what is your PS level : ) .. ). i tend to use them sometimes as well. to have these kind of photos i can suggest: http://fav.me/d5hrgdz , which probably has some similar outcome. im just usually using a combination of actions and my own stuff. playing with it is the key.
      dont be afraid to use too many photoshop on photos. i think in 21st century everyone is able to press a button, half of them has eyes as well to be able to catch something nice or right. now the after process is the only one that can make difference (or a good model~).
      i hope i could help.
      good luck~

      Reply
      1. fon8987

        Wow, thank you very much for sharing your knowledge and sources. This is precious! I actually have not been using a lot of photoshop. I have Pixelmator. I am rather familiar with the tools you have been talking about but I have not been really using them so I guess I will have to start.

        You are definitely a person with those eyes and the right photoshop skills. Once again, thank you very much for sharing. You have been kind. Hope to see a lot more of your work.

        Best,
        Fon

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