Showing posts with label Kessler Park. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kessler Park. Show all posts

Monday, February 8, 2016

A Walk With My Dad

Kessler Park in Northeast Kansas City, Missouri 

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Opportunity

This is one of those photographs that you have to wait for.   I decided that these trees on the hill would look really good after a good snow.  So, after it had snowed for a while I went to Kessler Park just west of the Kansas City Museum.  I used a 4x5 view camera for the shot and hiked in a big circle so I wouldn't put any tracks in the shot.  This was taken in 1993.  A scanned black and white negative.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Fall In Historic Northeast

Originally the campus of National College, then St. Paul's School of Theology, and now The Guadalupe Center.
 Indian Mound
 Kessler Park above and two below.


 KC Museum above, The Colonnade below.


Cliff Drive

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Infrared Three

The Colonnade in Northeast Kansas City.  Experimenting again with infrared photography.
 I compose and focus the image, then adjust the focus for infrared, add the filter to the front of the lens, and shoot.   The filter blocks 100% of the visible light leaving only the infrared to reach the sensor.   No way to meter the light so trial and error applies.



 Above, this is what the image looks like coming right out of the camera, and, below, after adjustment in Photoshop.


City In A Forest

              Kessler Park in Historic Northeast Kansas City in the foreground... downtown KC in the  
                                                                        background.