Oh I should really post some more here, I'm just so busy with school! Today I had my jury for photography and film and I was so stressed! But it went well, I think.
But last night, I dyed my hair! And this is the result
And I really want to do more outfit posts, but it's really difficult because I like to do them outside, but when I get home it's already dark.
So I'm going to post an outfit from last week, it's reaaaally simple because it was such a rainy day, and I felt sick. Normally I wear dresses AL THE TIME, but well, now I'm wearing the only pants I have, haha!
So, I'm wearing:
* Grey and red, roses hoodie, Primark, 5 Euro!
* Black top, h&m, 4 euro
Okay, I haven't been here in a long time. I'm going to make that change! There's been a lot of shit in my life lately, but I've all figured it out, so now I can start thinking about nice things again. So, later today I'm going to the city to take pictures with my boyfriend, my niece, my cousin, and my brother! Should be a lot of fun :D And I will take some outfit pictures for the ones who are interested. I've been to the primark so I will also show the things I bought there.
So, other pictures I'm going to take are HDR pictures. I don't know if anyone here know HDR pictures or is interested in them? But I'll give you some examples! HDR pictures are High Dynamic Range pictures. For example, pictures like this:
I don't know if you can see it well, but HDR pictures are pictures that have a lot more detail than regular pictures. Also everything you see, like the clouds, the lights,.. aren't photoshopped! It's just HDR! So how do you make such pictures? Well, it's pretty easy once you get it. You have to take 5 pictures of the same subject on the same angle, place, and on a tripod, so it's actually the same picture. But 2 of those pictures you will take to dark. And two of those pictures you will have to take to bright. One picture you will have to take is going to have to be 'normal'. After you've taken those pictures with the help of a program on your pc, you will put them over eachother, so it becomes one photo. And then you have your HDR picture, with a whole lot of more detail!
So I hope anyone gets my explanation, and later on you will see some of my own pictures! (I hope :D)