A Fun Photography Experiment in the Park
This is a quick composite my friends helped me create. To create this my camera was stationary on a tripod and I took multiple shots while my 2 friends posed in interesting positions all over my landscape. This was shot at the Goodyear Heights Metro Park in Akron Ohio. I had them start at the top of the hill and gradually move down the hill while I photographed them in different positions. The portrait of the 2 of them crossing their arms was shot using a Nikon SB700 speedlight with a softbox modifier to soften the light.
After I download all 130 photos I quickly chose which images that I wanted to use for my composite which amounted to just 9 images. This particular composite was about a 3 hour photoshop project.
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I am a family portrait and real estate photographer based out of Akron and Canton Ohio. I love what I do and enjoy sharing my knowledge and experiences to those who care. Throughout this blog you can read all about my photographic adventures whether its from a current body of work or vacations with my family.
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