An image I took at the Driffield Steam Fair. It was great to see all the old machinery.
This is a classic example of Kenyan art on the side of small road side shops. It comes out really well when you boost the contrasts and makes for a great photograph.
Kenya always amazes me as this is how they have advertised on the wall outside their complex.
There is nothing special here just a tweak in levels and a boost in contrast and saturation.
This is again another angle on the previous shot.
I do hope everyone has had a great Christmas and is looking forward to the new year.
The angle of attack here was just interesting me thought..
Heres a nice litle series that i think will make you feel happy.. Its just a birdy box that had some nice detail…
the hue and saturation has just been boosted to create a cool stylised look..
Do you like the colours.. what else is good or bad??
This photo was taken on the entry into Jomo Kenyatta International airport as you walk down towards the Immigration desks..
I liked the original perspective of this image but i later realised that the light that was coming of the adverts on the side were beautiful…
i have just used the curves to pull out this light and then tone down the rest of the backgrounds… i also added a layer effect multiply to be exact and a little gaussian blurr..
do people like it or is it too dark…
one fore thing i had to crop it down as it had allot of useless space above and below it..
This is just some of the trees as you look up in the forest and then boosted contrast makes the whole thing really dark and contrasty…
This concludes the Ringwood forest series… Please do go through and tell me what you think of them and leave lots of helpful and even constructive criticism.
There is two main aspects that are consistent with this series,
- Black and White
- Forest and trees
I have tried to display a few different ways of taking pictures in a Forrest and i hope that it has helped you see what is possible.
Tell me which one you like the most…