“In Between Worlds” is a camera movement and multiple exposure photograph that I made from several pictures of decorative grasses in my front yard on a bit of a stormy afternoon. I combined the lightest parts of the images (the golden grasses) so they would be intertwined and give depth to the final picture. The …
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.
This is a photo from a couple of years ago that I’ve ressurected from the depths of my Flickr account. I used natural early morning light through a window to give this photo a really neat low-key effect.
I spent part of the weekend exploring a local nature preserve. Nature was preserved all right as you can see here with this ice covered leaf.