Governors IslandWe spent the day at Governors Island on Saturday October 14th attending an excellent Conservation Photography Workshop led by Esther Horvath and Camilla Cerea sponsored by NYC Audobon. The photographes were taken at the beginning and end of the day by Marc and I.
The following 5 are by Marc:
At the end of the day shooting into the sun gave a lovely glow to the images.
Two examples of before and after processing in Lightroom. The first in each row is straight out of the camera and unprocessed; the second black and white, with attention paid to color and detail; and the third is my version of the color image. The last two in each row were originally posted on 9/21/2017.
I create images that I see and not what the camera sees.
We started the day early when it was still foggy this Sunday, September 17, in Central Park. I hoped for Fall warblers but didn’t see many today. If I take the time to look I can always find some interesting things to photograph.
Misty Central Park 9/17/2017
Spotted Beebalm (Monarda punctata), Central Park 7/19/2017
Morning Glory, Central Park 9/17/2017
Chinese Anemone (Anemone × hybrida), Central Park 7/19/2017
Nightshade Family (Solanaceae), Central Park 7/19/2017