Something to get over the mid-week hump.
A pelican walks into the drug store. He asks for a tube of chap-stick and tells the cashier to “put it on my bill”. lol.
This was taken just North of Key West, FL. along the beach. He was nice enough to allow me to get close enough for the picture.
This is a sunrise image taken at Matheson Hammock Park just outside Miami, FL. near Coral Gables. This is a mangrove tree forest.
The water was at low tide. It was about 6-8″ high. It has a great mirror effect. There was NOTHING added to this image. No Photoshop, just nature and it’s beauty.
I wanted to play a little with this image. I used a few different effect filters. After trying many, I went with edge find, burn edges, comic style.
What do you think? Is it over done? Be honest, you won’t hurt my feelings, much.
This was taken inside the distribution center (DC) of a major computer retailor.
Sometimes HDR is overdone and sometimes it is what is needed for the image. I really like the way this image turned out. What do you think? I like the leading and the repeating lines.
This is a 3 exposure, 2 stop HDR image.
I just want to fit in.
Almost every photographer has images from Yosemite. So do I.
So, here is one of my favorites from there.
It is simple. No effects, no Photoshop. Just nature.
This is the train that goes from Durango to Silverton, Colorado.
I added HDR effect, converted to black and white, and gave it a boarder to give it that “old” feel. What do you think?
Something to get over the hump this week. A little nap.
What do tigers dream about? Corn flakes? What do you think?
Spring has sprung.
I added HDR effect to this image to give it more detail.
3 shot exposure, 2 stops.
Hungry? Hungry for some HDR berries?
I don’t really know what kind of berries these are. (I forgot to read the label under the bush). But I liked the color and texture they had.
I then did a 3 exposure, 2 shot, HDR process to the image.
Leading line, leading fence. Tomatoe, tomato.
I saw this long white fence on the green grass leading your eye from near to far. If your eyes follow the fence, what will you see at the end? Sky? More fence? The future? Tell me.