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Friday, May 30, 2014

Walls and Light

Shot in a small Hungarian village, I was attracted by the joining of these walls and streetlamp. I used my iPhone5 and then of course edited the image in a number of programs to get this final effect. I use DistressedFX to create the final texture and of course the two birds
I really like this. I hope you do as well. Enjoy, Jeff

Saturday, May 17, 2014

The Christman Sanctuary


 

 



 

 Nearby in Delansen, NY, is the Christman Sanctuary.  The Bozenkill runs through it and after the recent rain and prior snow, I knew the water would be flowing.  There was actually too much flow in the large falls that do not make for good water photography IMO.  I chose these scenes instead.  Camera was a Canon EOS M, 11-18mm Canon lens, circular polarizer, ISO 100, f16 to create this result.  Ev about .5 seconds.  AWB and a little fine tuning of the RAW images in Canon Digital Professional.  Enjoy, Jeff


Monday, May 12, 2014

Beach Sunrise

Created with iPhone 5, Bracket Mode, TrueHDR, DistressedFX for the final product including the two birds by the sun. Enjoy, Jeff

Good morning

Shot this morning at Red river beach in Harwichport. I used an iPhone five, Bracket Mode, TrueHDR, PhotoWizard, Retouch to get rid of birds too low in the image, DistressedFX for the bird effect which complements the photograph

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Joy in the Park


Shot with a Sony RX10, I captured this little girl having so much fun.  Chasing bubbles!  Remember when that was all that we needed for pleasure?  Hhhmmm....
Enjoy, Jeff

 


Saturday, May 3, 2014

Discarded Americana


 

 



 

 



Train Interior

                               



 

 



Train Interior 2

                               



The Knee Joint

 



Pink Chair

                               



Pink Chair 2

 



Graffiti

It is amazing to see our discards.  Nearly whole trains and derelict factories.  However they make great photo subjects.  Shot today with both iphone5 and a Sony RX10. It was a good day with my dear friend Cliff.
Enjoy, Jeff