Posts tagged “Landscape photography

Drama (Three Photographs)

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Nothing like a little drama. Muting colours, adding contrast, luminosity masks, all add a touch of drama to an overcast and other wise indifferent day. Shot with a Fuji XT-3, 18-55 lens, exposure bracketed shots, HDR in Photoshop.

 


Trees (Two Photographs)

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With the bad weather lingering on we have not seen many trees with leaves yet and I decided to take advantage of this with some slightly surreal images. If the weather doesn’t cooperate why not try something new.


Car Reflections (Three Photographs)

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I went to a local festival recently that was pretty disappointing. The only really interesting thing I saw was this dirty vintage car with its many reflections. I used contrast and detail extraction to make the reflections stand out.


Tree Stumps in Water (Two Photographs)

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A great subject for photos with contrast are things in water like tree stumps. The color of water, and interesting detritus all help build a photo. When I do this kind of photography I like to have more than one element and some abstraction, something that looks different usually the background.


Wild Flowers (Two Photographs)

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Wild flowers are nature at its best. Wild by nature. Forest light, specked light, direct sun and a lower perspective offer a great deal of options and approaches. In these photographs, in addition to doing both colour and black and white, I also played a bit with the focus.


Flower Photography (Two Photographs)

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There may be hundreds of ways to take photos of flowers in a garden, but I try to stick to those that have natural framing in whole or part. In my view it helps highlight the subject. Too often you see photographs where the subject is not clear and obvious.


Admonition (Two Photographs)

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Bricking in the door is bit more effective than a puny sign. The idea here is you have two contrasting shots and they have a link. Makes an audience think when they are side by side. Trying new ideas to attract a viewer’s eye can’t hurt.