Red Tree

  Back in the edited-watercolor-and-painterly mode of last month. I can’t say whether post-capture editing in this case creates a “new” image or an improved image or just a different image. The original tree was just as striking as this image suggests. But I do like the effect that editing produces here, particularly since it hasn’t rendered the image “unnatural.” This tree – pictured here in fall colors – is[…]

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Larch Tree in Winter

This is a Larch bough. The larch tree is distinctive in that it’s a needle-bearing coniferous tree that is also deciduous, i.e. it drops its needles in winter. The image reminds me of some works by the American painter, Andrew Wyeth, whose work I’ve always liked. I can’t say I had this in mind when I shot the image, but as it emerged in post I found myself thinking of[…]

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Orchids / Capture One

  I’ve posted orchid pictures before (New York Orchid Show), but these have been reprocessed. The images were captured raw in the Fuji XPro-2 (handheld) and processed completely in Capture One Pro. (Click images for larger.) Along with the transition from Nikon to Fuji (From Nikon to Fuji), I have recently decided to drop Lightroom (along with other Adobe applications) and try Capture One. There were several reasons for leaving[…]

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