I love Leo Carrillo State Beach. This place has way too many places to photograph and create stunning imagery. It's a must see beach, even if you don't own a camera. The sea caves are incredible.
Free Online Photo Editor for Your GoPro images: http://www.photoshop.com/tools
How To: The GoPro Hero Video and Photos are shot with a flat profile. This is to capture the most dynamic range in the scene. To get your GoPro photos to look even better you need to edit them. Adobe photoshop has a great free resource that allows anyone to upload and edit their photos online. Have fun with it and play around! Brett
I shot this photo with my GoPro Hero B.E. Handheld @ 1pm - middle of the day.
Have you ever wanted to photograph something in public and there are just too many people around your subject? This happens to me all the time. I see something I would love to photograph but I don't want all the people in my photo. One of the ways you can change this is by changing your perspective. Finding something within your subject, change your angle, or just get a piece of the subject to make an interesting photo. Or, you can try to wait a very long time for people to leave.
There was something kind of interesting to me about these pirate ship masts.
Unleash your creativity! Shooting a portrait is one thing, but being able to mix that portrait with the superpower of photoshop can create stunning results. Shooting a green screen backdrop can be difficult giving nasty green spill. If you do it properly and with a little color correcting and masking you can remove a background pretty quick and easy. Then, all that is left to do is fill in your background with a fancy design and some neato text.
Technical: Shot in studio. Green screen backdrop. Photographed Individuals Separately. Edited in Photoshop. Color Corrected using Google Nik Collection. Text done in Illustrator. Captured using Nikon D700. Nikkor 70-200mm Lens.
A fun shoot I did a few weeks ago for an upcoming online series. Photographed on green screen and edited with photoshop. Shot with Nikon D700 and Nikkor 70-200mm 2.8 lens.
Well This would have been good to know! I knew about the unexploded ordnance, but thought they cleaned this up before opening up the trails. I remember not wanting to go out there because the NPS said not to step off the trails. Well I hope they get this issue under control because it's a great place to visit.
"In the interest of public safety, the U.S. Navy is closing San Miguel Island until further notice due to recent concerns of possible unexploded ordnance. San Miguel Island was an active bombing range from WWII through the 1970s. San Miguel Island is owned by the U.S. Department of Defense and is managed by the National Park Service under a memorandum of agreement.View the official public notice at San Miguel Island Closure Public Notice. For more information visit News Releases."