November 17, 2008
I have a new series of shots reflecting on the poetry of Autumnal woods -- in my Zenfolio
gallery. Check it out if you have a chance. I'm still not up to speed in uploading images to the Zenfolio
site. Way too many images, little time, and still working on many other
images. Nevertheless, I recently took these and decided to upload them
to the site and to various other photo forums. They have been incredibly
well received, surprising me since I end up just enjoying the process
and making my photography be a practice of mindfulness.
In any case, the series also marks a deepening of an artistic vision and
a post-processing approach to images of WoodMoors, Forests, Trees, and
so forth. Let me know what you think, if you get a chance to see them.
This image here is an image I salvaged and decided to process as if it
were an old Chinese print at the Sackler and Freer gallery of art
(Smithsonian). I also posted an explanation of sorts in my Exposure Latitude(s) blog regarding the post-processing used for these images.