06 April 2011

The Sky is the Limit!

Last summer my friend, Rachelle, and I decided to experiment with a trampoline on a rather chilly (but sunny) day. Being the graceful model she is, I was able to capture some rather interesting shots.

The first thing most people ask is if I Photoshopped these. I tweak colour and such in Lightroom, but no, I did not Photoshop these. She was on a trampoline :)

It took about two hours of shooting (and bouncing on a trampoline) to get these shots! There were definitely some more I liked, but they're pretty repetitive so I thought I would pick my top four to share.

We kind of did this very spontaneously. I do want to try this concept again, so maybe you will see some more "flying" shots from me!



  1. I am OBSESSED with these images! The first one is unreal
    I'm a Photoshop girl, but I'd love to try Lightroom. Do you prefer it over PS?

  2. How cool! Someday when my daughter is older i'd love to try this. The exposure is perfect and the amazingly blue sky with no PS - NICE!

  3. It looks like a lot of fun for both of you, love this cool idea and great shots! very creative. Your blog is nice and so is also your photography!


    thanks for your kind comment on my blog :)

  4. @AntoniaThanks :D

    I prefer Lightroom for editing photos because it takes away a lot of the things you don't necessarily need. It leaves you with enough to adjust your photos to make them their best, but not the things you'd need to do photomanipulations, or rendering. I still use Photoshop when I'm creating graphics or layouts (and I have to use it for the "inwonderland.org" watermark). Everything you can do in Lightroom can be done in Photoshop, but Lightroom makes it a little easier and quicker (you can apply the same correction to multiple photos very quickly).

    By the way, I did mention I want to try this shoot again... are you back in Manitoba this summer?! :)

  5. @ChristinaThank you very much :)

    You definitely should try it!

  6. @Susanne49Aw, thank you so very much! And you're very welcome for the comment! I'll be checking back!


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