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A few more from my stay at home photo projects. So far, the biggest issue I am having is to get the lighting just right. But, as these images show, the effort is worth it.
Photographing bubbles has been on my bucket list for quite some time. A few days ago my order of glycerine arrived and I mixed up a batch of soap and went to work. I’m still working on the lighting, but am pleased with the results so far. Looking forward to perfecting my setup as I go.
One more from the ledge rock at Gooseberry Falls State Park.
One of my favorite subjects to photograph in the winter is abstract ice patterns. However, this winter we have had an over abundance of snow and this has covered most of the best spots for me to find the right kind of ice. A few days ago I went to see if anything had changed and was pleasantly surprised to find bare ledge rock and pockets of ice. What makes these ice pockets unique is how the water freezes in layers, thus creating random patterns that vary from spot to spot. No two are ever the same.
I process first in Adobe Lightroom, then export to Silver Efex Pro 2 for the final version.
…is what the mind will thinks it is.
…things are not what you think they are.
I decided to experiment with a couple of my frost images, first layering the two images, then masking out part of the background and finally adding color to parts of the image. I may do more work with this technique in the future.
Feathery creatures skating across my attic window. Nature creates such amazing patterns with frost and I love finding them in my attic.
Once again it’s time to go play in the attic. My old windows have a talent for displaying amazing patterns of frost in the winter and I love taking my camera and macro lens up there to explore and photograph the resulting art. After a bit of interpretation on my part, the patterns take on a different look than when they are on the glass.