PHOTOS OF THE WEEK:
|Photo taken by Robert Postma|
|Photo by: Lino Cannizzaro|
|Photo by: Jacob W. Frank|
Sometimes you think of Southern Utah, as a barren wasteland with lots of interesting rock formations. The interesting rock formations is true, and it is one of the most beautiful places to go see. But, this time of year, add a little snow to it, and it now becomes even more spectacular. This photos is courtesy of the US Department of the Interior and the National park Service. They have a collection of some of the most incredible photos.
Photo by Rico Ter Haar
|Photo by: Paul Byrne|
I love to find a good black and white photo to log into the Photos of the Week. It just goes to show you that this is not a dying art. And I find it unique to find a real good Black and White photo that is a scenery shot. Wow, this is great! But, what makes this unique is this was taken with a long exposure. Check out the sky and how the clouds are all blurred out. So very beautiful. So, with that, it should win this category. Congratulations Paul.
To see more of Paul’s works: Go to: https://500px.com/pbyrne
Details of this photo are logged as follows: NIKON D810. 16.0-35.0 mm @ 16mm, ƒ/8, 125s, ISO 64
This was posted on the group page: Long Exposure Creativity
|Photo by: Pedro SpellChek Thomas|
Ok, we do have to put one in the collection that has been done by the computer, but done really well, and added a lot of creativity. This has been posted in the group: Photoshop & Lightroom. Why would we pick this photo? Does it give you some kind of emotions? I would think so, and photography is supposed to do that, whether you look at beautiful scenery, like those above, or this kind of photo that draws other emotions. So, that is why this photo is a winning photo. I can see this photo on the cover of a future Video Game, can’t you?
Congratulations to Pedro for the creativity and great work in creating this photo.
See the Photos of the Week, Next Thursday, for more great photos.
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