A couple weeks back, I edited an owl photo with an artistic edge, turning it into something more like a painting than a photograph. (You can see here if you missed it). Now I know that’s not to everyone’s tastes, but I found it a really fun process, something that I would like to play around with once in a while.
I don’t know how often you’ll see the Artistic Impressions post title, but when you do, you know it will be something a bit out of the box.
I hope you enjoy my artistic impressions!
These and others are available for purchase on my Smugmug site.
I managed to get out shooting yesterday with a few people from the photography group I belong to. I went without expectations, only with the hope of putting the Tamron through it’s paces, as it is finally back from its second trip to service (and I must say, it seems to be focusing better than when I bought it, so fingers crossed the issues are resolved). I also took out my new camera, a Panasonic FZ1000, to start learning how to use it, and again, so far so good (and SO lightweight!!!).
I’ve not had much time for editing, so I will post a few now, and a few more photos through the week.
I didn’t think I would be entering any photos for this challenge, as I couldn’t think of any subject to photograph. Then, a couple weekends ago, I signed up to go for a hike to Ancient Forest. We had a beautiful day for a hike in the forest, and lucky for me, a member of one of the local hiking groups accompanied the group I was with, to give a talk about the area.
Certainly if you are in the Prince George area it is a beautiful place to visit, and a very unique ecosystem in the region. Some of the cedars in the forest were in excess of 5 metres in diameter and over 2,000 years old.