I’m enjoying a lazy Saturday. Here’s a black and white rendering of a shot I took during an overcast afternoon a while back (same day I took this shot).
Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm at 85mm. 1/400 second at f/16, ISO 200.
Canon T2i working from the zafu.
I chose B&W for this two image series because of the theme–the end of the road. Taken literally and figuratively the phrase can have very different connotations. It can mean this:
Canon G11 at the end of the road.
Some days the commute doesn’t reveal anything worth shooting. Today was one of those days. When I got home I figured I could get a shot of something. What I got needed tweaking to make them more “interesting.” I chose two and finessed them in Photoshop.
The top image is one end of our hammock; the other is sun streaks on concrete.
Large files and high resolution open up a lot of possibilities for tweaking.