I felt these look better as black and white.
This is the first of a half dozen posts of photographs made during a trip to Roosevelt Island in the East River on February 17th 2022. The two mile long island is part of the borough of Manhattan, New York. The island was called Minnehanonck by the Lenape and Varkens Eylandt (Hog Island) by New Netherlanders (source: Roosevelt Island – Wikipedia). The trip was sponsored by Sierra Photo NYC. Some of these have augmented skies.
A classic view of a Washington Square Arch.
Snow patterns and textures created on January 30, 2022 plus one from Central Park on February 2.
I had this dark processing in mind when I photographed this tree in the snow. The third of these three processing methods is an inverted image that makes it look a little like an infrared image.
Method: In Photoshop I cloned out the windows, added a starburst protecting the darks, added a vignette, converted it to B&W, and added a blur and masking out the center. In the third one I inverted the image as well.
Contributed to the One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge-February 2022
While I tidy up my archives I paused to make this image.
It’s a terrific place for doors. This 5th in the series of Green-Wood Cemetery posts is for Thursday Doors: For Dan at https://nofacilities.com/2021/09/23/superior-street-doors/
Third in the Green-Wood series. I have a booklet I bought years ago with a map showing where the graves of some of the famous people are buried. Here is a List of burials at Green-Wood Cemetery – Wikipedia