mwfoster

mwfoster

Delaware, United States

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I photograph Weddings, Engagements, Quinceanera’s, and other special occasions in the Columbus Ohio Area.

I have been shooting since 1986. I won the Scholastic gold star award for photojournalism. I won awards for photography while I was in the military. Most recent I was in the Eye on the World exhibit in the Smithsonian Castle Museum July 2008 to January 2009.

  • Age: 44
  • Joined: July 2007

Journal

Review of the Nikon D3100

I recently bought a Nikon D 3100 and put it through its paces to see if it was really worth the money. I still have some more work to do but for shooting with 3 lenses once with the D3100 and once with the D40. The clear winner was the D40. Even at 6 mega pixels the D40 has much sharper image as the D3100 at 14 mega pixels. The video capture of the D3100 is nice but if I wanted a camcorder I …
Posted over 3 years – 1 comments

Rule of Thirds

The “Rule of Thirds” is a visual rule on photos and art. If you take your photo and fold it in three equal parts in both directions what you end up with is two lines horizontaly and two vertical. These line are areas in the work that the eye find more dramatic. The place were the lines intersect are focal points. The eye find the four points most dramatic. When shooting photos or…
Posted about 6 years – 6 comments

Photoshop Work

Here is my recent portrait that I done of my wife. I will be going over the modifications that I did on it. The original was taken at a nature trail in the morning at 9 a.m. in shaded light. I used a fill flash that gave me some highlights. / The second image is the photoshoped Image in work. Look at the two images. The mole was removed by using the clone stamp. After using the clone stamp …
Posted about 6 years – 3 comments

Orphan works bill 2

Dear Mr. Foster: / Thank you for contacting me regarding the Shawn Bentley Orphan Works Act of 2008 (S. 2913). I appreciate having the benefit of your comments on this matter. / As you know, S. 2913 was introduced in the Senate on April 24, 2008. This legislation provides a limitation on judicial remedies in copyright infringement cases involving “orphan works”—copyrighted works whose owners may …
Posted over 6 years – 1 comments