This is a merger of two different panels of three small windows, combined to create the piece of art. The play of light on each distinctly different pane gives rise to six unique compositions.
Shot with a Canon 7D, shuffled around via Photoshop, Lightroom and Silver Efex Pro 2.
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The river creates the patterns, the photographer documents and adds human touches to the creation. Taken on a small eddy on the edge of the St. Louis River near Duluth, Minnesota.
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One of the apps on my iPhone is meant for HDR, however I have learned that if I move the phone while it is capturing the three shots for bracketing, it provides a multiple exposure effect. One never knows what will happen. In this instance, we are standing at the edge of a lake with waves crashing over our feet as I captured the three images. Other than a bit of clean-up in Adobe Lightroom, it is what it is.
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Canon 80D, 18-55mm lens
f5.6; ISO 100; 1/1000sec
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Some days I am more artistic than others. I’ve moved across country this year, I guess this could be some sort of metaphor for that, or else it was just a fun departure from my usual style.
While this is an original composition, I have to admit that I had taken these clouds from a Google image search.
Sunset ride into black and light.
This is one of several images of ice I captured while on my Black Friday escape to nature. Taken on a backwater area of the St. Croix River in William O’Brien State Park which is north of Stillwater, Minnesota. Additional images from the shoot can be seen here.
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