Monday, April 30, 2012

Wide Angles in the front yard!

I was shooting the silver birch in the front yard for my 85@85 project, but really the 85mm lens was just too long.  These shots taken with a 12mm lens seem much better to me.

Shot at ISO 200, f8 and 30seconds there's something rather nice about the light and the mood.

Shot two is very similar to the first image, but has a slight more accurate white balance.  Shot three is a view looking up one of the silver birch trees and for the last shot I've used a bit of pixel bending to give more of a "twirly" effect to the branches and twigs.  Fancy having a go a pixelbending?  Pop over here to download a free pixelbending filter for Photoshop CS5.

Just a bit of fun in the front yard.

A little bit of fun with a free Photoshop pixelbending filter.

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