Showing posts with label black and white photography. Show all posts
Showing posts with label black and white photography. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Deja View 2002

               From the massive ice storm in 2002.  Hopefully nothing like we will get today.









Sunday, February 18, 2018

Going For Sharp

Decided to head to the river to use every technique I've learned to get sharp images.  Not that I don't normally.  Used focus stacking, polarizer, best aperture, tripod, etc. etc.  All ISO 64.  Boat just happened to come along in the above shot which was 14-24mm lens at F8.

Used focus stacking for the first time ever in this one... five shots with the point of focus moving into the image for each one.  Camera did that work, then the five were imported on layers into Photoshop and aligned and merged.  You can accomplish something similar by using F16 or higher... but you start getting image distortion...




Tuesday, March 28, 2017

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.