Wednesday, January 19, 2011

"A pathway to a hidden world...."

>January 19, 2011
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I really like this photo; it's so nice - and so was the photographer of it! Her name is Amanda, and she allowed me to share her wondrous photo with all of you, and I just had so many questions about it; I asked her if she'd be willing to answer a few of them, and yeah - she did. The interview is below! Please, read the whole thing; I loved it and think you guys will, as well.

What inspired you to take this picture?: The layout of the trees that seemed to look like a pathway to a hidden world.

Besides trees, what else do you enjoy taking pictures of?: I enjoy taking pictures of animals, people, architecture, spontaneous moments - emotional and emotive scenes.

What type of trees are those in the picture?: Coniferous, pine trees, maple, lots of shrubs.

Did you use PhotoShop, or any other program/software, for the picture?: I used Adobe Elements 5.0 & Nik Color Efex Pro 2.0 to achieve the desired effects.

Random, but what's your favorite time of the day (dawn, twilight, sunrise, morning, noon, afternoon, evening, sunset, twilight, dusk, night, or midnight)?: I prefer sunset and twilight hours. They tend to turn out the best overlays with the sky when doing outdoor/nature photography. Not too bright, not too dark and you can actually enhance the colors to change the mood at those hours.-- The End.

For more fascinating nature photos, be sure to visit Amanda's DeviantArt gallery. There was this one photo in there titled "Lost" that I really just loved. It was, like, another one of those hidden pathway photos, and I love photos like that; when I look at them, I don't know, they make me feel as if they're taking me into a far away world of something, so yeah - check out Amanda's gallery, and look for "Lost"; you've got to see it!


5 comments, so far - share your thoughts!:

Dust'n Lint said...

Thanks Lola, I have yet another reason to visit that site once again. Hey I'm working on a new post on turning a bowl. I hope to educate you once again ... he he he.

Lola said...

:) Yes, I just watched the video, and wow - very impressive. <3

Dust'n Lint said...

As I said there, thank you kind young lady.

Lola said...

Aww, my pleasure! :D

Lauren K said...

Hey Lola,

Love the interview idea! Really cool that you've taken the time to find out a bit about the artist behind the photo!

I really like the way you've put your blog/website together.

I will be visiting again!


Lauren K

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