Country Lake 2

This image was shot a few years ago (in New Hampshire near Peterborough) but I’ve only just processed it. The image should be in the impressionistic Visions of Nature series but is not currently included in the collection. I had not thought it would be a black and white image when shot or when initially viewed. Trying to get the sky color the way I wanted it, I continually – and unsatisfactorily  – played with color editing until on a whim I tried it in monochrome. After working it some more, I find I quite like the monochrome. Selenium toning. (Best viewed full-size; click to enlarge.)

Trees in Field

A new image I am particularly happy with…

More Florals

Here is another selection of floral/botanical images in black and white. Black and white photography is the art of exploring the interplay between light and shadow. These floral images provide great opportunities to do so. What is fascinating is that a slight change in one parameter or another can result in a completely different – yet still realistic – image when viewed in monochrome.

The gallery was not found!

Pacific Coast Tree

Pacific Coast Tree

This tree was photographed on the California Pacific Ocean coast in the Big Sur, looking out towards the Pacific Ocean. The image has been a favorite of mine, but for some reason it got mislaid or misfiled or something, just turning up recently. I like the way the tree shows the effects of the coastal weather. Tree and ocean and weather are all part of one ecosystem, almost a single organism.

Country Lake

This image was shot a few years ago (in New Hampshire near Peterborough) but I’ve only just processed it. The image should be in the impressionistic Visions of Nature series but is not currently included in the collection. I had not thought it would be a black and white image when shot or when initially viewed. Trying to get the sky color the way I wanted it, I continually – and unsatisfactorily  – played with color editing until on a whim I tried it in monochrome. After working it some more, I find I quite like the monochrome. Selenium toning. (Best viewed full-size; click to enlarge.)

You cannot copy content of this page

error: Alert: Content is protected !!
%d bloggers like this: