It’s all a matter of perspective

I’m really excited about how the video portion of this week’s episode of Perfect Inspiration turned out. For those who may not know, I started a weekly web series here at onOne Software last year that is dedicated to lessons gleamed from inspiration while shooting on location. A new episode airs every Friday at 9AM Pacific/US and recently, I’ve started asking some of my favorite partners to contribute to the series. People like Nicole S. Young, James Brandon, Matt Kloskowski, Karen Hutton, Alan Shapiro, and Colby Brown, just to name a few.

I actually take the helm for this week’s episode that revolves around the literal and figurative concept of perspective. I do hope you take the time to watch the video. It features a little cameo by our favorite Brian Bonham and also includes a start-to-finish walkthrough of how I edited this image. Enjoy!

  • Fernanda Silva

    Misteriosa essa foto, mas muito bonita

  • Kristina Pierce

    I followed the map location . . . wow, is that a remote spot!  How fun to follow your passion.

  • Deana Lamb

    Your Contributions are Priceless!! Thank you!!

  • Amy Heiden

    Loved this one (image and video). Checked out Matt's from last week as well. I really need to remember to watch more of these. I dig!

  • Susan David

    +Brian Matiash Stunning shot and I love the low persepctive.

  • Alistair Nicol

    These are so cool.  Really want to head out there and try my hand at this composition.  I can only imagine how difficult it is to get just right.

  • Chris Greene

    you boring mother fucker even your photos won't get you laid poseur

  • Doug Dillon

    great job Brian!!! Really enjoy those!!! Wonder what perspective would look like with a ladder and getting up real high.

  • Susan LaDuke

    An incredible idea! What fun; and yup it surely is a secluded out of the way location.

  • Sue Morse

    Hi Brian – I plan on purchasing OnOne software to use with Aperture 3. Photoshop (sorry) scares me, but with OnOne I think I will be able to handle. So thank you for all the great videos – I've been watching and studying before I buy. I still have a long way to go as a photographer…so don't laugh at my photostream :).