The snow line in this photo leads to a water collection pond.
This photo was fun to take. I manually focused on the reflection, and set a small aperture to capture focus of the window frame. The reflection of the treeline, along with the wood blinds that are attached to the inside of the window, creates an appearance of a privacy fence.
This shot focused on the rock in the foreground, while shooting with an f25 aperature, allowed for clarity on the rock in the background.
This circle was found on an old saddle. Shot at 250mm, f32, ISO 100, 30sec.
This photo was taken with a 100mm macro lense, f32, 30 sec, 200 ISO. The fabric design made an interesting reflection on the fork.
Beautiful day in the park today. ISO 100, f22. Several adjustments in BW mode, including using the edit-fill in PS to remove the concrete canal that traveled through the middle of the grassy field.
Location, Location, Location. The house doesn't look like much, but what a VIEW!
I was fortunate to get these two horses side by side. Simple adjustments in LR.
This rectangular deck of cards, overlapping each other with even spacing, creates a harmonious circular design. The shadows create an identified space between each layer.
This photo was shot and modified with the typical LR changes, along with an exposure increase.
This photo represents a simple line displayed by a utility pole. LR edits were used to accentuate the pole against the background of the sky.
This silk spool of thread was manufactured in the late 1800's by Carlson Currier company. The texture was a landscape flat stone.
Students at Laramie County Community College learn how to train horses that have never been saddled. This student looked to be bonding with her horse.
The photo represents a dog's life. No cares in the world. The desire to be untethered and open to run, explore, and find new things. Photo modified in LR to add color to the sky and water. Graduated filter used to adjust the sky.
This photo was taken during the golden hour of the morning. LR adjustments were made to enhance the blue sky with a graduated filter. A second graduated filter at the bottom was used to decrease the exposure. PS was used to remove a light pole and a flower past its prime.
This photo was shot at night to capture the various lighting within the refinery. The photo was imported into PS then using the tools, blurred a second image and multiplying with the original. Adjustments in PS were made to improve the image.
For more than 30 years, this fabulous woman has stood by my side. She is the love of my life. The woman I will cherish forever. Photo modified in LR & PS, including the dreamscape technique.
Interesting technique. Original photo was of a tree with a squirrel posing. This created many other views. What do you see?
This is Happy Jack Road heading west from Cheyenne, Wyoming. Edits in LR to increase exposure. Graduated filter was used to bring out the colors of the sunset and sky.
Interesting technique. Difficult to get a moving object. Took hundreds of photos. This was the best of the bunch. LR edits included a graduated filter from the top, to enhance the blues and greens.
This was a fun assignment. The location was my front yard. I spent a little more than 1 hour clicking the shutter at various opportunities that would allow me to use the knowedge gained over these past few weeks to create some interesting photos. The B&W photo captured the fencing around a neighbors junk yard. The photo of my Vizsla was created by using the in-camera multiple exposure with a background of the privacy fence. The shadow of the tripod was just a neat picture of where I was stuck in place.
Water off the rocks. Tried to capture some blur as the water cascaded from each level. Minor adjustments in LR, Including vignetting with the hope to draw focus to the falling water.
This is the Wyoming state flower - Castilleja linariifolia - Indian paintbrush. This flower is on the endangered species list. I was surprised to see it during a hike this week. Enhanced using the Dreamscape method, Adjusted in LR with Gradated Filters.