Another Reitdiephaven visit. This is a blend of two images. One base expose, one for the highlights and reflection in the water. Edited in Photoshop, Lightroom and Nik Software. Post processing inspired by Mike Kelley and Elia Locardi (fstoppers tuto’s). Next week I’ll edit some again. Shot enough through golden and blue hour.
Fall Someplace In Texas by Anne Worner Via Flickr: I’ve started a rather daunting task / going through all the images on my hard drive. Some have never seen the light of day, and I think some of them should!
I’m also playing around with some different kinds of processing, wanting a more retro look.
Thanks for your time, as always.
Best Way To End by Jeff Hamm Via Flickr: My fiance (still weird saying that) Jenea told me I had to post one of these soon. I figured today was as good as any. On our last night, we were in Animal Kingdom doing some shooting in Asia, we decided a bit before 5:30 to have dinner at Yak and Yeti. I will say to anyone who hasn’t tried this restaurant, though it is pretty normal Asian style fair, it was very good and we had a great view from the upstairs windows.
After we left the restaurant, this was about 6:20, I wanted to shoot Everest from across the water. We made our through around to the Flame Tree BBQ seating area. It was totally empty due to the park closing at 6:00. It was kind of cloudy and it didn’t look like anything was going to happen. Jenea looked back as we were walking away, and Everest is getting blasted by gold light!
Then everything turned beautiful shades of gold, purple, and pink. I of course ran right to the Tree of Life after shooting Everest and got this. In my opinion, this is the best one from the night. This was quite easily the most epic sunset I’ve ever gotten to shoot. Lucky enough for me I was in one of my favorite parks in my favorite place.
This was the best was to end what was the best trip I’ve ever had to Walt Disney World. Please let me know what you all think as any suggestions are welcomed and appreciated. Enjoy!
The kind of place I can visit for days. One of my top 10 places to live in solitude whist perfecting some sort of art - an album, a series of photos, paintings, or piece of writing. Until then, I have my room and pixels.
Another edit of this image. This time in black and white. Took some time to get it done in Lightroom and Photoshop. Many layers, lots of trial and error (NIK software didn’t work out for me this time).
Historic Dover, Delaware by Frances Via Flickr: A beautiful Victorian home, sitting on the corner of a very busy intersection near the Historic District of Dover, Delaware. The house is for sale …. I would love to see the interior.
sh2-129 ced191 qhy11mono sw100ed by Giovanni Leoni Via Flickr: night of 30/07/2016
location San Romano (FC)
fwhm minimun narrow 1.07
fwhm minimun L R G B 1.37
qhy11ccd mono -15°
6 frames ha 740 sec, 10 frames Lum 680sec
6 frames R 290sec bin2, 6 frames B 350sec bin2, 6frames G 290sec bin2
mount ioptron Ieq45 pro, guided with Qhy5LII x-off guider, cfw2m filter
wheel,LRGB Baader, Ha 7nm Baader
telescope Sky Watcher 100/500mm f5 prototype quintuplet
acquired with MaximDl pro 5.25, focused with Armadillo 2 Seletek.
processede in MaximDl pro5.25 and AstroArt 4.0, elaboration in Photoshop Cs3 and CC, Noel Carboni astroaction and Nik Software
Born in Northern Ontario, based in Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada. I have been photographing for a number of years, I have been photographing landscape, street, urban, portraits, and architecture. My style is centred around symmetry and the natural environment. I attempt to provide a unique perspective on everything I photograph.
I currently use Nikon & Fujifilm digital cameras. I also use 35mm cameras, and a 4x5 Speed Graphic. I process everything through Adobe Lightroom, and compliment it with programs such as Nik Software & VSCO.
I do operate a collective on Tumblr - - where all members use Fujifilm X-Series cameras exclusively. I hope to grow that collective into THE source of Fuji photographs on the web.