Hey Jamie!!! Gosh! I need to know when you photographed Angel Oak! You don’t have signs!!! Lucky girl! Those darn signs they have placed around it are so annoying. Your first two Magnolia pictures in this collection are so pretty. I love the foreground on the left with the green palms. It really anchors you. In the same way, the gazebo is…[Read more]
Jamie…..girl…….. how fun is this! Gosh I wish you had been at our Biltmore workshop! Listen……have you got yourself Topaz? Because you keep doing these little hints of painterly and you’re stealing my heart. In fact, I’m fixing to upload a post processing video on how to add textures and you must watch it. I think it will make your…[Read more]
Hi Jamie!!! I’m so glad to see you post these in here! When I saw them on FB, I was like…..oooooooooo!!! This first one of the lilly is really pretty. I’m so glad you chose the tones that you did. I think it’s really lovely! I also really love your framing of the architecture in the 4th picture. It’s like a window to the mountains. Did…[Read more]
Hey Tiffany! I do have several other pictures from Biltmore that I haven’t finished editing yet. Once I finish working on them I will post them here as well. I also have several pictures that I didn’t post to FB that will be posted here when I finish working on them. 🙂
Hi Jamie! So what I might suggest is to open it in RAW (if it was shot in raw) and pull back the shadow slider. It should help open up his face just a bit. Sadly, if you pull it too much, it will start to distort the pixels. 🙁 You could also perhaps have more pixel liberties if you make it a black and white. 🙂 He’s adorable by the way!
Its not actually a waterfall. Its a little dam about 20mins from where I live. I have been meaning to go out and photograph the bridge there and the dam was a bonus that I didn’t even know was there. All the rain we got the past couple of days did make that dam look more like a waterfall though 🙂