As I was walking out of the salon I looked at the time and then observed where the sun was. Within ten minutes I found myself at Eagle Point Park. I had already visited this park earlier in the week, with my boyfriend, but I wanted to re-do a couple of shots. Really I should of had someone with me, for safety reasons, but I didn’t want to risk running home and missing the sun going down. Priorities, right?
There were a couple of people in the park walking and some reading a book on the bench. The silence was a bit overwhelming and made it a bit creepy. Or maybe I just watch to many episodes of Criminal Minds.
Not quite sure where these images will end up. On a card? Perhaps in my photography shop. Or maybe tucked away tightly within my hard drive. We’ll see.
|©Jennifer Schulting Photography 2012|
The extensive heat wave has given us a break. For the past couple of days I could walk outside and not lose my breath. Therefore I was able to spend some time with my camera. The storm clouds over the river today were pretty intense. It rained for about three minutes, but we could use so much more.
|Kesha posing for the camera|
I work with a simple point shoot Canon. I’m sure it can do more than what I’m aware of. Although I know for a fact that it doesn’t have the fisheye effect. This photo was taken with my mom’s camera. She recently purchased the same type of camera that I have only with some additional settings. The effect has been around for quite some time, but when I experience something new (to me), it’s a good day!
|PhotoGalKay on Etsy
This photo was taken by Kelly Schirmer in New York City using the fisheye effect. A city in which I hope to visit someday. The print is available for purchase. You can enter her shop here.