Laguna de Santa Rosa Sebastopol, California, U.S.A. March 24, 2016
Category: Abstract, Landscape, Nature, Photography, Solarize, Uncategorized, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged: California, Laguna de Santa Rosa, leafing, oak, Photography, Sebastopol, solarized, Timothy S. Allen, tree, Weekly Photo Challenge
I like what you did with this.
Sherry, thank you. I continually try to shoot these California Live Oaks but and one friends says, “the images are unresolved.” I agree, the eye does not have anywhere to rest, it keeps moving around the many branches of the tree. So, I decided to shift to a radical postproduction. Solarizing is one effective, at least I think so of changing the image.
Thank you!!! I was curious about it too 😉
Helen, you’re welcome. I’m a bit found of the effects from solarizing images.
I love it, too! It caught my eyes right away and I kept going back to look at it 🙂
I’m always pleased when someone enjoys the images that I take. That is especially true when I’ve played with them in postproduction. Thanks.
Victoria, thank you.
Wow! Wonderful, frosty-looking image, Timothy. Solarizing, you say. Interesting! 🙂
Thank you Olga. Solarization is one of many filters offered by NIK. NIK is a Google product.
For your readers, the NIK collection is now free.
Rawls, thank you for adding that information.
Thanks for the info on solarizing. I used to do that in, yes, the darkroom.
You’re welcome. You can more than likely appreciate the process of solarization much more than me. Pushing a button and moving some sliders is a bit less exciting than the long process in a dark room.
Lena, thank you.
Curt, thank you.
Beautiful IR composition.
Thank you. It is actually a NIK filter called Solarize. There were other NIK filters used as well. NIK filters are now free and worth much more that that.
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