Hyperrealist Landscape Photography by Michael Tobis

Friday, February 12, 2010

Pinata Store, Mission TX

Straight out of the camera, no tweaks this time. In particular, the colors are not exaggerated; this is the best the Sony could do.

Much of the town of Mission TX, almost 100% Mexican and mostly Spanish-speaking, is very brightly painted.

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I take landscape photos that seem to me revealing of something or other.
Often I try to make them look sort of like oil paintings or watercolors.
So far the only tool I have used besides a camera is iPhoto.
So far I have avoided any retouching or other spot effects.
I often turn "noise reduction" way up to deliberately remove small details.
So far they are all taken in North America.
They usually come out sort of hyperrealistic, but sometimes impressionistic.
Sometimes they come out lousy, but I won't post those.

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