There was plenty of daylight left on Saturday and I just finished the Fearless series on Netflix. I've had this concept for eerie/vintage/nostalgic images. I just wasn't quite sure how to create them. I looked up some Youtube vids about my camera settings and got familiar with the in camera art filters. I had no idea how to use them before the vids. So Saturday was basically getting out and working on what I learned.The sepia filter pretty much nailed what I envisioned. I normally post in sets of 3, but I have way to much content from this series that I'm in love with. I'll finish the series of with my favorite that wasn't taken by me. My wife Monique captured it. I can't wait to share it cuz its dope.
In this image I'd like to open up the shadows and capture someone with a black umbrella walking on the sidewalk. What do you think about the image? Do you even like it tho? 👻
Thought I’d try editing my pictures to look a little more vintage for fun! What do you think? 😊 Would love any tips/advice! The next two photos are just my favorite 90s style filter. ❤️ Really enjoying this new hair length. I feel like I can do more styles like my grandmothers used to do and that makes me happy!