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Tag Archives: red
Smoke stack atop the OMSI complex in Portland, Oregon.
Captured with Canon 7D + EF-S17-55mm; 1/800 sec at f/8.0; ISO 100.
Post-production in Nik HDR Efex Pro and Adobe Lightroom 3.
A diptych for this special day, celebrating the special people in our lives.
Captured on 02/16/07 with Canon 400D + EF28-135mm.
After shooting various scenes at the Seattle Japanese Garden in mid-October, I was headed back to my car when these bright red curbs caught my eye.
Since the fall leaves had yet to reach their peak colors in the garden, I was glad to find something worthwhile to capture.
Bright paths of red cutting through vibrant green grass and dark pavement…
Captured on 10/13/10 with Canon 7D + EF28-135mm; 1/80 sec at f/5.0, ISO 500.
Captured on 10/13/10 with Canon 7D + EF28-135mm, 1/80 sec at f/5.0, ISO 500.
And here’s a diptych, which I like more than each standalone image.
While shooting harvest at Brick House Vineyards last fall, I discovered this vintage red pickup truck, which is presented here in black and white, color, and a combination of the two.
Silver Efex Pro was used to convert the color image, which was processed in Lightroom 3, to B&W. I then combined the two images in Photoshop CS5, reducing the opacity of the B&W image layer over the color.
Putting these three photographs together in the compilation below appeals to me more than one standalone image, be it color or B&W (more on compilations here).
Captured on 10/19/10 with Canon 7D + EF-S10-22mm on tripod; 1/8 sec at f/11, ISO 100