Forest light was created using two techniques: intentional camera movement and multiple exposure. You can view this image and the rest of the images in the gallery by visiting https://ryandavisonphotography.com/portfolio/end-of-winter/
I came across a patch of brambles alongside a trail. I panned the camera vertically, then horizontally for the shots. In post, I adjusted the saturation and combined several of the exposures to get the resultant pattern.
I made this photograph on one of my recent walks down by the river. I loved seeing the trees start to get green as Spring starts ramping up. Taken with intentional camera movement. Check out more of my photos at ryandavisonphotography.com.
I woke up this morning with a realization that I forgot to post to this blog yesterday. That’s the first weekday in over a year that I haven’t posted at least something. But I have an excuse! I’ve been busy putting together a new web site at https://ryandavisonphotography.com. Although I do post a lot of …
Lately, I’ve been working on a few photography projects that have been taking up most of my extra time. This has been great but it does keep me from concentrating on this blog. Once I’m done with work and photography related things, I usually am too tired to put anything down here. I’ll get back …
This bird of prey was hunting along the Colorado river when I spotted him.
Actually, it came from a lake. A nice lake too. I was just drawn to the finger-lilke lines of the tree branch as it reached out of the lake and dipped its fingers back into the water.