A slightly different angle at the same location.
My third shot on my recent outing was of a frozen bubble. This was the most difficult image and I still need to perfect the process. Wind played a role in shortening the life of my bubbles and trying to get an image before they popped was not easy. Of the attempts, this was the best and I’m not overly excited by it, but I will continue to try.
This past week week we had a few foggy days with cooler temps which usually creates a frosted wonderland. Although I did not have the chance to really take advantage of the phenomenon, I did capture a few images and went out a couple of days later to try macro photography on what was left of the frost.
After a week on the road capturing images from the Oregon coast to Minnesota, I have created a gallery of photos on my website. Rather than creating the same gallery on my blog, here is the link to the site: http://northernvisionsmedia.com/?page_id=2727
The barn in which the owl was hiding from the bright light of day.
While photographing an abandoned old barn in Mackay, Idaho, I spotted this owl perched on the rafter.
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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…
…is what the mind will thinks it is.