Big talk about Chrysler’s commercial during the super bowl. This advertisement literally came out of nowhere. The cinematography in the commercial is very well done, which leads me to this post for photo Friday. I took this photo right at sunset with the sun reflecting off the Ren Cen building. This picture kinda reminded me of one of the shots in the commercial because of the location. Without re-hashing all the comments and views over the commercial I think my friend Josh said it best in his blog READ HERE
Have you ever seen the show American Pickers on the History channel? This is their shop in a small town LeClaire, IA along the Mississippi river. Excuse the photos clarity, it was getting dark and snowy, plus I took it with my iphone. The shops location is SO fitting. It’s in a small town and in a blink of the eye you drive through the very antique looking downtown.
Hot chocolate anyone!?! On this photo Friday I felt it was fitting to splash around some hot chocolate for everyone. Last night it got down -6 degrees, way to cold. This is my identical looking Nikon travel mug lens, I love these mugs. They are really fun to use and fake people out thats you are drinking from a real lens.
One..Two..Three…Go! There is the captured splash from a Cherry Cordial on my snowy balcony. These are fun photo shoots but be prepared for a messy splash.
Today marks the first blog post of the year! I’m excited to share this post because its one of many highlights during the break. We met some friends downtown at Detroit’s Campus Martius park. During the winter Campus Martius turns into a winter fest with lights and an ice skating rink bigger than NYC’s center rink. I LOVE skating downtown and seeing the lights during the holiday season.
I can’t wait to share some upcoming blog posts, there is a lot of new plans in the making for the new year!
We would like to extend a Happy Holidays to my blog / design community. Enjoy!
Everyone be safe with your friends and families. I hope inspiration finds you during the holiday season.
I said there would be update from the first night photography post. See part 1
I think the creative limitations are endless with night shooting. All you need is a pin point light and set your camera to the lowest shutter speed with a tripod. I LOVE seeing the outcome when shooting at night, its one of my favs.