This is my latest photography experiment, one where I try to make properly composed images while keeping them out of focus.
Saturday, August 20, 2011
I met up with good friend J Ortiz this morning to snap a few shots of his DC5 before he headed off to Honda Day. We'll be doing a full shoot in the future, more than likely when he returns. Until then enjoy these few pics of what is one very clean DC5!
Posted by Daniel Olivares at 10:33 AM
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Sunday, August 7, 2011
For roughly 8 months I delayed a trip to the New England Aquarium. The reasons where the usual, busy, tired, or just not up for it. Last Friday I decided that this had been delayed long enough, so I packed my gear, hopped in my car and took the drive! These are some of the images from the trip, to see the rest follow the link to my flickr!
Posted by Daniel Olivares at 11:00 AM
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Nowadays, most people are after great looking images. I, on the other hand, find myself constantly trying to destroy my images and giving them a vintage or grungy look. Today I stumbled upon a few things while searching the web that inspired me to try yet another new thing!!
Posted by Daniel Olivares at 4:37 PM
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
I'm not quite sure what it is, but lately I've been finding it quite hard to be satisfied with the way I'm taking photographs and/or how I edit them. It may very well be due to the fact that I'm constantly on a quest to improve. Because of that, I decided to try something new with the editing of the Tutto Italiano parade photographs. The process was a little time consuming, but I think that in the end it was worth it! Aside from that the parade was great! The Boston police department was nice enough to escort us all the way from the Larz Anderson Museum to our final destination at Quincy Market. Having them there was a cool feeling to say the least, as we pretty much took over any road we travel through. I could go on and on about how great it was hearing about 30 italian super cars and bikes roar through city streets and fly through Boston tunnels but in the end there's nothing that beats being there to experience it for yourself. Unfortunately I didn't photograph every car there, to be honest the conditions where less than ideal. Hopefully you enjoy these few that I did manage to take and post!
Posted by Daniel Olivares at 5:55 PM