Seeds, Central Park 11/9/2014
What is it? I liked the shapes. I created outlines and reproduced them in the background. Created in Photoshop. NIKON D750, f-stop f/10, exposure time 1/60 sec. ISO 125, focal length 105mm, and max aperture 3.6
Version 2, based on suggestion from a friend. I think they look like they are on a platter.
Wisteria Pods, Conservatory, Central Park 5/10/2014
To bring out the pods I separated them from the background, blurred and lightened the background and outlined the Wisteria Pods. This turns a photo into art.
Created in Photoshop. NIKON D610, f-stop 1/6.3, exposure time 1/200 sec., ISO·2200, focal length 135mm, and max aperture 4.6.
Light outlines for the Jetbead and a duplication of the image blurred with a red filter for the background makes this atmospheric Fall image.
Created in Photoshop. NIKON D610, f-stop 5.6, exposure time 1/100sec., ISO 100, focal length 390mm, and max aperture 5.
Four Berries, Central Park 10/2/2014
A muted back and white background in Photoshop with aged scratches added in onOne creates this muted image. I brought out the green of the Rosehips to make the m the focal point.
Created in Photoshop. NIKON D600, f-stop 8, exposure time 1/400sec., ISO ·320, focal length
Rosehips, Central Park 7/29/2014
Seed Pods in Shakespeare Garden, Central Park 5/27/2013
A little outlining and a switch to a sepia toned black and white background brings puts the focus on these seed pods. I love their architectural design.
Created in Photoshop. NIKON D600, f-stop 8, exposure time 1/1000 sec., ISO·280, exposure bias -0.7 step, focal length 400mm, and max aperture 5.