Monday, June 11, 2018

Water Drop and Splash Photography by Julie Everhart

Good morning!

Over the weekend my husband and I spent some time taking photos of something neither of us have done before and it was a great success! We took photos of water drops and water collision photos! Not something that Nature and Landscape photographers typically do.   There was a challenge on Gurushots.com ( Water Drops and Splash) and we wanted to enter it so we got out our gear and starting taking some photos. I ended up in 6th place overall in the challenge ( Honorable Mention) and my husband finished in 33rd place overall. :) :) :) :) :)

To see my winning  images CLICK HERE.



Here are just a few of some of my other Water Drop images that were taken this weekend.  I had so much fun photographing these splashes!

Water Drop and Splash photos by Guru Photographer-
Julie Everhart


If you are wondering how I captured these images.. well.. you will have  to stay tuned as all I can say right now is that my husband is responsible for making this possible and he is working on a system that we hope to make available for purchase. 


Thank you for stopping by to have a look and remember to ... KEEP THOSE CAMERAS CLICKING!!!

Julie


Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Blooming Lily's -Indoor Photography

Good afternoon!!  I received these gorgeous lily's from my husband for Mother's Day and took some time today to do a little indoor photography.  How could I pass up this opportunity? I am pretty pleased with the results since I normally do not do much indoor photography. They smell great too!! :) 

Blooming Lily's by Julie Everhart
Thank you for stopping by to have a look. More images are on my profile on Gurushots.com. 

Keep those camera's clicking!!

Julie
www.fromcameratowall.com

Monday, April 30, 2018

Orange Flower Refraction Photo

Today I decided I would finally try something that I have been wanting to try for a long time. Water Drop Refraction Photography! So I gathered up the necessary supplies and printed an image I wanted to use and started taking some photos. If you try this at home you will want to experiment with different images and different lighting to get the desired result you are after. 

I could spend all  day long doing this with different images, its really a very fun and artistic form of photography. Shooting at different angles also changes everything about the refraction. 




Click on the image below to see an enlarged view

Orange Flower Refraction by Julie Everhart

Pretty cool huh? :) :) :)

Thank you for stopping by to have a look and remember...
Keep Those Cameras Clicking!

Julie
www.fromcameratowall.com





Saturday, April 28, 2018

Oil and Water Photography

This past weekend I have been experimenting with Oil and Water Photography. I don't do much indoor photography but sometimes I come across something that peaks my interest and I want to try it and see what results I can achieve. 

Here are a few photos from my experiments.I used my Nikon D810 with a 50mm, F 1.8 lens. 







On a couple of websites/blogs I visited they recommended using a little dish soap in with your water and oil to give the bubbles a little more of a rounded shape. I tried it and personally was not fond of the mix. But, that is just me. You might find that you like the look.  The photos below are some of my examples with the soap added.




 Makes for some interesting and colorful macro photos to add to your collection if nothing else, lol. 


Thank you for stopping by to have a look and 
keep those cameras clicking!

Julie

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Your Best Shots Challenge on Gurushots by Guru Julie Everhart


My challenge on Gurushots.com is officially open and running! So far over 11,000 photographers have entered world wide since the challenge opened last night!  

Come join the challenge and show me YOUR BEST SHOTS!
Your Best Shots by Gurushots Guru Julie Everhart

I look forward to seeing all your great images 
and thank you for joining!

Good Luck!!
Keep those cameras clicking and have a great day...:)