Mohawk Lake never looked so pretty in the Winter as trees flanks her as does ice.
Embracing the sky, trees and tree branches fill it up with their beauty and knurled features, making for a lovely sight. To purchase a print, framed print, and more from Blue Canvas, simply click on the image below. Also be sure to check out more photographs that I have taken: http://www.bluecanvas.com/coribeth
A country house peeks through the trees as snow covered ground makes the scene inviting. To purchase a print, framed print, and more from Blue Canvas, simply click on the image below. Also be sure to check out more photographs that I have taken: http://www.bluecanvas.com/coribeth
I had mentioned in a previous post that I am having fun creating HDR photographs. Well, I am also having fun creating Sepia photos. Although, not as complex to create as HDR with today’s software programs (although HDR is easier to create now, too), Sepia photos can made some photographs look really quite striking. It can also be more forgiving with what you might consider slight flaws in your colour photograph. Black and White can be like that, too! With many software programs you can also add “fade” and/or “glow” effects to your Sepia photos and “noise” to make the image look old, or just plain cool. Some of the newer digital cameras also come with a Sepia effect already built in. I prefer to take the photos in colour first, then transform them after.
Anyway, there are also some photographs, at least from what I have found, that just scream to be made into Sepia and/or you know would look pretty amazing in Sepia. Below are just a few examples of some of those photographs that I had taken recently at Mohawk Park in Brantford, Ontario. The trees there were such great subjects to snap images of! Like I said, I first took these in colour, then transformed them into what you see below.
Trees with bare branches silhouette the grey and brown Winter Sky.