Monday, September 3, 2012

Tones on Tuesday #44 09.04.12

Mock-Turtle at Jack's Paper Moon
The contrast between Jack's happy expression and the dark, moody clouds makes for such a great photo! Thank you for sharing!

I have never seen butterfly weed before. The vibrant orange color and interesting shape would certainly make it a favorite if I had. I love the colors and depth of field in this photo. Thank you for sharing Marlo!

This "light painting"is so interesting! I love the dramatic mood of the lighting and the feeling of the lone blooms. What a great story! Thank you for sharing Rebecca.

Mock-Turtle, Marlo and Rebecca please go HERE to grab your showcase button.

Now it's your turn to share your photo with altered tones. Here are the guidelines for Tones on Tuesday:
  • The basic idea is to share one photo where you have altered the tones. Such as a black and white, sepia toned, selective coloring or colored photo. Feel free to share the original and edit, or just the edit.
  • Please share a photo that you have taken and edited yourself.
  • One photo per photographer please. If you have more than one photo in your post please indicate which one is for Tones on Tuesday.
  • Please link up with your permalink and not your blog address.
  • Attach the Tones on Tuesday button or a link back here to your post.
  • Leave comments for at least 3 other participants, share the love :o)!
  • Have fun!
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A couple weekends ago I drove my brother to a wedding in Lake Chelan, which is about 3 hours from where I live. It was a long drive both ways, but along the way I had the opportunity to capture a few shots at a park and then the sun setting over the lake. This shot was taken in Wenatchee at a park where we stopped to stretch our legs and feed the dog who came along. I read somewhere that it is "easy" to get a shot at sunset. I must say I disagree. It might be easy to capture the colors, but to capture the feeling of the sunset can be very difficult. In this case I was trying to show the elegance of the sun beginning its descent. I am not sure I was successful, what do you think?

Settings: ISO 100, 27mm, ss1/160, f/22
“A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.”  ― Ansel Adams

Joining the link ups below. Be sure to check out the beautiful shots and join the Tones on Tuesday link up found further down!
 Sweet Shot Tuesday with Kent Weakley  Live, Love, Travel     and then, she {snapped} 

12 comments:

  1. thanks for featuring my photo on your link-up this week. It's so fun to see one of your photos on someone else's blog!

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  2. Great selections this week, Emily. Love the sun flare. :)

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  3. Yes, wonderful selection of very high quality photos, I love them. Greetings.

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  4. Beautiful composition in your photo and I LOVE your sun flaring!!

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  5. Cool sunburst! I like that you included the tree on the side.

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  6. Great picks from last week.
    Yes, I think your almost-sunset photo is successful!

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  7. Beautiful sunset shot, love the reflection too!
    I always enjoy the showcased photos and the one from Crazy Redhead Photographer is awesome!! :)

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  8. I love that photo from Jack's Paper Moon! Beautiful choice! I love your sunset shot as well!

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