The process involves extracting the colors from the reverse side and printing backward on the reverse side of the acrylic glass panel. Doing this allows the acrylic to act as a barrier of the print which has been printed on the opposite side. I've seen this done and it's not that complicated. I good way to learn this is by allowing Michaels stores do this for you. The framing tech will walk you through the procedure.
This is a growing subject which need to be addressed. The issue might be the camera you're using and not your shooting style. The more MP and better lenses would offset the difference between the human eye and the camera lens.
Darker would have suited my style. Using the shadows and not focusing on anything in particular. I would have angled the main light source towards the wall of right in the corner. then use a mirror or alternative to redirect the light into areas of the images.
Sorry to rain on your parade, but mule trails.. Hardly, these are called chem trails (chemical trails) made when jets dump hazardous chemicals into the atmosphere.. Yes deadly/hazardous chemicals being and have been dumped into our atmosphere since the 60's research chem trails for more info.
This is something I'm hoping to explore and very soon. But as a suggestion, you may need to create a gadget setup to support all this gear. My short list would include the camera, tripod, camera cage, micro usb cable, and the tablet. Once the camera has been mounted into the cage and then mounted onto the tripod, you'll need a tablet holder/mount. This mount similar to a car phone mount but larger for the tablet. The tablet holder with tablet would screw into one of the multi holes located on the cage. then you can position the tablet anywhere around the camera.
This is my downfall and my photo style. I tend to see something and the image doesn't turn out as plan. But a good image none the less. The objective is to translate what one sees into a digital image. Often the digital format loses that orientation which a film camera is able to capture. In other words.. take a film camera along with you and take the same picture from the same location. Also, it would help to have another family member photography beside you as there is a view point perspective. In other words. that other person with the same or like camera may not see what you see, but takes the same picture based on your location and ends up with the resulted you're wanting to see. This is hoe I've bene teaching my wife to take shots. because at some point I may not be able to pick up a camera ever again. I'll be her eyes at that point.
To all those artist/photographers who are looking for another avenue to sell or just display their work, I've just discovered artwanted.com I've posted several of my works there and most images/art are for sale in limited sizes and framing options.https://www.artwanted.com/BokehenPhotography
The latest image: Burning Fields (The Harvest) is an impressionistic oil painting of a blurry photograph.
Just another reason I'm having difficulty with Canon support after the sale. When I complain to Canon about how their support forum treated me, I was banned by the forum. Now I can't get any support for any of my gear "IF" something goes wrong. Granted I do have extended warranties on the camera & lens. But the M6 was the only camera I wanted now I have to deal with trying to locate more lenses off Canons site. There's no way I'd spend that kind of money on a lens.
Morning Shadows on Old Rustic Fence
After one week of being on display at the Kossiakoff center, Something has come up and I'm forced to remove my Lonely Teddy Bear Bookend print from this exhibit.
Due to limited space at the exhibit, I was only able to showcase the Lonely Teddy Bear Bookend. This exhibit has been taken place for the last 3 years and has increase in size. so I was fortunate enough to have been one of the first to register & have space made available to me for the Teddy Bear image. Perhaps in the future, I'll have a chance to exhibit the Fall Flowers painting at next years exhibit.
Was give an opportunity to have a book created with the support of Shutterfly. This 8x8 black photo book with 20 of my wife's favorite photos was only $17.98 plus shipping. However, because this was a special offer, it only cost me $8.97. The book's images was saved for future refinance and yes Shutterfly can create multiple copies of the book. But it would take several weeks to complete based on the amount ordered. My book arrive 10 days after ordering which is very surprising to me. Give Shutterfly a try, and if you're not satisfied they have a 100% money back guaranty, But I was completely astounded with the quality and workmanship of this small photo book.
The date has arrived and my Lonely Teddy Bear Bookend is on display at Johns Hopkins (APL) Kossiakoff Center. Arrived early to watch fellow artist and photographs hand over their works for display at the Kossiakoff Center. This is an exciting moment while watching the staff any artiest hover around my photo. This photo will be on display from April 26th - May 30th.
If you get a chance and you're in that area, make a point to visit this exhibit to help support the Johns Hopkins Children's Center by making a donation or buys several prints on display. The asking price for my Lonely Teddy Bear Bookend has been set at $3,000 with 90% of that going to the Johns Hopkins Children's Center and is clearly marked on a display card at the exhibit. So not only will you get my print, You'll be helping support a worthy cause.
In a few weeks, I'll return to the Kossiakoff Center, mingle with fellow artist during the wine and cheese tasting event and take a few photos of the exhibit.
Visited Valley Forge Over the Weekend.
Uploading that many photos at one time or over several months has become very hard these days, sites like Photobucket and flickr have imposed limited storage restrictions without paying. If one can pay, it would be best to use the dropbox but one could run into issues as to allow others to view these images. One would need to search or set up their own server or even a site like wordpress which stores these images and you can allow others to join the site or even participate. I've been up and down this road and have yet to find anything worthy of posting all of my images, so I've just kept them offline. You know what they say, a safe image is one that's not posted online.