If you’ve ever wondered how to add color to a black and white photo, this tutorial video I found on YouTube will unlock the secret you’ve always wanted to know!
Kara and I just took some new profile photos at Castroville Regional Park. I have the same profile photo on my social media accounts since 2015; Kara thinks it is time for me to update. I agree with her. I must stay current. Though I do not choose my profile photo lightly since I will
While I primarily use Instagram to share moments in my life, like that burger I’m about to eat or that firework that blew up prematurely, there are some expert photographers who take their grams to the next level. In 2013, Johnny Guajardo, Joel Peña, Charles Duncan, and I started Deserted Texas. We created a website,
I’ve been to the Texas State Capitol a few times in my life. The first time was the most exciting. I was 10 and had a limited concept of government. The Texas State Capitol was merely a new place for me to visit. It was big, it was grand, and I found it very hard
I see a lot of great photos on my Instagram feed. I decided to shout out a few of them. The first two are from Toby Gelston, I discovered him while looking up photography tutorials on YouTube. The last three are from fellow UIW alumni: Yesenia Caloca, Charlie Young, and William Timmerman. Got to represent
When asked if I’m a photographer I typically respond, “Well I have 100,000 photos on my camera roll.” You see, I recognize that there are better photographers out there. They’ve mastered the art of manual settings. They know how to compose an image, not just capture what they see. My style is point and shoot.
Last year, I started a YouTube series called the Camera Roll Vlog where I take photos and video clips from my camera roll and turn them into a montage. I started the series as a way to stay creatively active and put my massive 100,000 photo library to good use. I’m always taking pictures. I
Not all of us know this, but you can’t just take photos from Google and use them in a website or marketing campaign – it’s illegal. For those who already knew that you’d be surprised by how many don’t. Photos, like other creative works, are copyrighted by their creator the moment they are created. The