In an attempt to embrace the sun shining into my face every morning, I decided to play around with the shadows and the sunlight, which resulted in some cool shots.
Messing around with all natural props make things much easier, as these all natural props create their own artistic twists on what would otherwise be a fairly basic phoptograph. The best part is that these props do all of the work themselves – it is just up to you to find the light, as well as the shadows, successfully to create your visually-stimulating shots.
This was all done in good fun.
What began as creating fashion content for my blog turned into a fun some cool headshots.
When the lighting is good, all I can say is grab your camera ASAP.
You would be surprised how crucial good lighting, and crazy cool shadows can be in creating some creative masterpieces.
Huji, Huji, Huji – Can’t you see? Sometimes, your app hyptonizes me.
Huji is the newest and latest photography application for the iPhone that has become widely popular among our pop culture, especially for individuals who utilize social media platforms.
We are always looking to find various photography that applications that assist us in getting us “THAT SHOT.”
Lately, the pop culture society has jumped on-board of the camera applications that mimic vintage, or disposable, cameras to produce photographs that appear like they were shot using that kind of camera.
In Huji’s case, the photography application mimics the filter and the effects of a disposable camera, automatically filtering the photograph as soon as you take it. The photo application even date stamps the photos for you to the current date, which is a very cool perk to the application. The application successfully executes a high-quality photography application that allows individuals to shoot film, essentially, without having to go through the costs and the labor of using a legitimate film camera, and as a result, having to develop the film.
As ironic as it is, the further that technology progresses the more that individuals seek to go back in time and use technology of the past.
Huji is no exception to this rule.
With things, such as portrait mode, available, that shoots at such high-quality, it makes you wonder why our society is so interested and curious to go back in time to the age when disposable cameras were the only cameras we could use. Disposable cameras do not have the leisure and luxury of shooting at such high-qualities, such as the most recent iPhones do with the portrait mode. In fact, details and the quality were harder to distinguish and often lost in translation, as our camera technology at the time did not allow to shoot at such high-quality.
The great thing about this application is that it shoots at a fairly high-quality, producing photos that are exceptional and way beyond my expectations for the application.
I am impressed by the quality and the PRICE (it is free!) of the application, because for a no price, this application proves to be a winner and an application that everyone should try.
I am a big fan of this application and recommend for all those individuals who may enjoy photography! This is a great photography application for your iPhone.
The gallery and compilation of photographs are also conveniently stored on your iPhone, or backed up onto your iCloud, or your laptop, so you do not need to worry about losing a photograph forever.
I have included a gallery of my work with Huji thus far, and I am not disappointed.
Check it out ♥
This is only the beginning of my adventures with Huji – and, as you can already tell, I have adventured hard with this application already.
Hope you enjoy the photographs & stay tuned for more Huji business!
Download the application on your app store on your phone FOR FREE. Simply search the word ‘huji’ in the search bar and the application should come up.
Disposable camera without having to even dispose of a camera.
Monday, June 25, 2018, marks the first day of a very eventful and highly anticipated road trip. I will be making the journey from Boulder, Colorado to Milwaukee, Wisconsin with one of my dearest friends, Bria Schlossmann.
While our main mission is to drive her Jeep back to Milwaukee, we decided to use it as an excuse to spend time together, adventure, and finally execute a trip that we had always entertained for five years. This year it finally became a reality!
Bria is from Wisconsin, however, I am a Boulder native, who has left the Boulder bubble, but not enough. I figured if I could figure out arraignments for my obligations that I could experience the world just a little more. The world contains so many magical, all natural gifts and treasures that are begging to be recognized, admired, uncovered, and shared.
Our first day was quite eventful, as we crossed the Colorado border into Nebraska.
We also made a pit stop at Fort Morgan, Colorado. Fort Morgan is a fairly small farm town and it seemed fairly traditional! There is something about those small towns that are charming, because they contain their own local gems that give the town a personality.
Of course, as we were leaving Colorado and entering Nebraska, we could not help but grab a picture at the “Welcome to Colorful Colorado.” This ended up being a little more of an obstacle for us, as I forced Bria to get off at the nearest exit and go in the opposite direction that we were supposed to be driving in JUST TO GET THIS PICTURE.
We did not skip a beat, proceeding to grab pictures at the “Welcome to Nebraska” sign, just because we can.
Staring at endless fields of corn, wheat, grass, etc. has always been fairly soothing for me to look at. Man, these fields sure do make the Earth seem like it could possibly be flat, but only part-time. The landscape is beautiful in its own unique way, and truly depends on perspective. Colorado and Nebraska had a surplus of endless fields, and luckily these fields looked far from dry, but very green and lush! This made me very happy and grateful for the rain that our nation has been receiving.
The sky was what was up!! The clouds were so breathtaking to look at, as they seemed to be just as endless as the fields, as you could see them for miles. The clouds also seemed friendlier than usual, appearing to hang lower and closer to the ground than normal. The sky was captivating to be around
On our second day, we made our way through Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, and finally made it to Wisconsin.
The entire time we found ourselves chasing a storm, and at some points, the rain was so heavy that we could not see the roads.
I saw lots of wind farms….
and lots of beauty!
I also found a new appreciation for the sky and the clouds.
My two day road trip excursion was extremely exciting, full of laughs, good memories, and good conversation.
My vacation is only beginning, however. I will be spending some time with Bria and her family in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as well as Elk Point, Wisconsin. I am looking forward to be spending time with them, and exploring Wisconsin in all of its’ glory.
What Summer trips do you have planned?
Drive safe, but trip road often!!