The Lightflow collection consists of three recent images, abstract impressionist photographs derived from nature. As with much of my nature photography, I am interested in editing nature photographs to create more abstract images which prompt a fresh view… Read More
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… Read More
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… Read More
Here is another in the photo-to-watercolor series. The original image was shot in New Mexico, near Santa Fe. There are a number of programs that provide an editing function to make a photograph “look like” a watercolor. Most… Read More
Here is another image in the series I’m editing to a painterly watercolor look. The original image was shot in Bruce Park in Greenwich and depicts a fall scene of trees on an island.
Another in this series I’m experimenting with – Post-capture editing to achieve a painterly watercolor look. I am finding this approach enhances nature scenes with strong colors.
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… Read More