Sunday, February 26, 2012
I found this composition very interesting, with a lot of detail and depth, giving the water an extra dimension. The waterfalls in this photograph are only about 4 inches tall. My intent with this composition was to give a great sense of size, so you can have the full experience and appreciation of even the smallest waterfalls around us.
My second challenge is that I wanted to both show motion and stillness. Luckily, the varying current of the small waterfalls were different enough that my long exposure resulted in what I seeked.
Hope you enjoy.
Woolly Hollow State Park, Arkansas
Orig # KS1_8783bw2
Friday, February 24, 2012
Sunday, February 5, 2012
I was really drawn to this bench and view. The storm brought a mixture of rain and mist, so it was a constant challenge to keep the lens clear.
Hope you enjoy.
B&W infrared, multiple long exposure with minor HDR toning.
Beaverfork Lake - Conway - Arkansas
Orig # IMG_1071-1079hdr4a
p.s. As I titled this photo "Serenity", I happened to be listening to Pandora and it just happened to be playing "Serenity" by Liquid Mind. If you get a chance, play that song and look at this photograph. :)
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
At first, I was attracted to the placid lake and houseboat, but my eyes opened wide when I saw the potential of the clouds in this scene. When I first began to photograph this scene, there was a light rain, but I was persistent in wanting to capture this before the clouds began to dissipate. Luckily, the rain soon stopped and I was able to capture what you see here. The infrared light captured multiple layers of clouds and cloud movement.
Lake Beaverfork, Conway, Arkansas
Color infrared, panorama with slight HDR toning.
Orig # IMG_1014-1032hdrc3