A slightly different angle at the same location.
After a long absence from my blog, I am finally getting back out to create some new images. I will make no excuses for my absence, it’s just how life has been of late. After all, I sure life has been a bit strange for all of us.
I find this image to be a bit of a jumble, not quite sure where to enter the image, The large rocks at the bottom are one option, the bright white is another, you may find your own way in.
The barn in which the owl was hiding from the bright light of day.
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Although I am able to still work during these trying times, I am not getting out and running around much to practice my photography. Like so many other photographers I am finding ways to be creative at home. In this instance, a wilting tulip leaf provided some inspiration.
This image was captured on my Nikon FM film camera. I photographed the negative with my full frame DSLR and imported into Adobe Lightroom for initial editing, then into Photoshop for inverting. The image on the left is pre-invert, the right, post invert. I am having a hard time deciding which I like better. The reflections on the negative version seem to pop more but, the detail of the docks stand out more on the inverted version. Your thoughts…
One more from the ledge rock at Gooseberry Falls State Park.
The third installment of my interpretation of ice patterns on the rocks at Gooseberry Falls State Park.
Second in a series of natural ice patterns.
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.