I took the opportunity of recovering from a case of Bronchitis and a rainy day to go back process some older images I shot last year. This image from Running Eagle Falls on Two Medicine Creek in Glacier National Park caught my eye. I have been brushing up on some digital exposure blending techniques in Photoshop and this one provided a good specimen to try […]
Category Archives: Landscape
As I wrapped up my evening skate-ski at Mt. Van Hoevenburg, I could see that things were setting up for a nice sunset. I was able to time things just right so that I arrived at the road to Adirondack Loj in time for the best colors of the sunset over the high peaks.
We ran into a bit of confusion getting this shot. We were hungry for dinner and the sun was setting. I didn’t know if it would get better from here, but if we waited too long the restaurants would fill up. I took this shot and then headed for some chow. While the Cinque Terre is beautiful and picturesque, it is also a very crowded […]
The snow has been falling all day here in PA. It is a wet, heavy snow that sticks to everything. It makes for nice images, but it also brings down wires and no power. This is the remains of the old maintenance building of Lock Ridge Furnace. iPhone 5s and color mods in SnapSeed.
The Arch is a prominent method used in many different types of architecutre. In fact, the name is even found in the word architecture. It typically spans an open section of a wall and supports weight above it from its arching shape. Lock Ridge Furnance many sizes and shapes of arches in the architecture of its buildings. The maintenance building above provides a nice example […]
For todays’ Photography101 assignment theme, I am going break my plan to take all of my images in Lock Ridge Furnace Park today. It is a dark, rainy and cold day which is not leaving me too much motivation or time to get out today. I am sticking to my plan of taking all images with my iPhone 5s, but instead I am using an […]