This lighthouse on the Gulf of Mexico was damaged during Hurricane Katrina 17 years ago. I took the image with long exposure techniques (2 minutes with a 10-Stop ND filter) to obtain the silky smooth mysterious sea and slight streaking in the almost cloudless sky. White balance was corrected and then creative pursuit led to […]
Low tide one winter morning produced this really nice leading line feature out to sea framed by lonely fishing piers. Use of a 10-stop neutral density filter was needed to produce the stillness.
Blue hour on the U.S. Gulf Coast of a chance encounter of someone’s creativity with driftwood. Use of a 6-stop neutral density filter was needed to obtain the surreal stillness effect.
An infrared image taken of a leading line fence on a ranch with no color channel swap and selective desaturation to give the ranch a winter time feel with the added visual mystery of an apocalyptic sky.
An IR image of a local Asian Garden pond and pavilion in 720.
Mystery Lake along the U.S. Gulf Coast in a Maritime Forrest. Black and white added mystery and intrigue.
Long exposure (127 seconds) taken of a hurricane battered pier skeleton on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Mossy rocks pelted by waves showing the movement of the spray and waves by slightly slowing the shutter speed to 1/6s.
Infrared 720 False Color Coastal Church and Anchor.
Bellingrath Mirror Lake Bridge taken with a Kolarivision 720nm converted camera. Adjusted in LR, color channel swap, hypercolor.