One day, the sky and clouds outside of my house were exceptionally beautiful. So I took these just in my backyard. We don’t get amazing views like this often here. Just breathtaking and absolutely lovely!
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Gaboon viper, friend! ((Bitis gabonica))
Thank you! I’m an admirer of snakes but not at all good at identifying them, I’ll edit the handsome man’s species into the original post!
I got Adobe Lightroom 5 for Christmas from my step-grandfather for my photography nerdism, and the first time I opened it up to play around, I messed with this photo I’d taken of Tommy Karevik from the Kamelot show in Louisville. Now, I liked this photo anyway, but it was very, very green. Concert lights tend to have that effect on my photos a lot, everyone’s skin-tone is washed out by the color of the lights at the time.
I didn’t really know a lot about what I was doing because this was my first time messing around with it, but I thought the before and after was pretty cool. And I just kinda wanted to share. At least I was able to make the second photo not so glaringly green?
So Lightroom is a thing I learned about because of other tumblr users, and I’m really looking forward to learning what I can do with it - I never edit photos an incredible amount but in situations like this, fixing the colors is really, really nice! So here’s the first example of my tinkering. Again, sorry if you don’t care about the band or musician!
Delain live in Louisville, KY, 2013, Photoset #4!
On their North American tour with Kamelot and Eklipse. I’m getting to the point where I have photos that are fairly similar, so I’m trying to switch it up a bit. Like the top photo in this set, I have another that’s almost identical. Definitely getting to some of the superior photos, especially in the color department, like there are actually some that aren’t completely red or blue from the concert lighting!
Photos taken by me, with my Nikon D5100. If you’re interested, see more of my photography here:
I apologize if you follow this blog and have no interest in the musicians I listen to, but I feel like having these photos on my Photography blog because it is my photography, and concert photography can be tricky, so I feel it is worth posting. :)