Dave Edwards  


View from the Bluffs by Dave Edwards

November 2019 - View from the Bluffs

About the Image(s)

Have been doing a lot of hiking lately and am just not interested in carrying a lot of heavy gear. So, I have relied on the iPhone for photos. This particular day the lighting was crummy and the iPhone stayed in the pocket. Then without notice, the light improved for a few minutes. Fortunately, I did have the iPhone and captured this image. Used the trees to frame the scene and hide the light bluish-gray sky. Minor touchup with Snapseed Tune Image, Selective to increase the color in the leaves, and added a frame.

Moral of the story: Enjoy your outside activities, but also be alert for changing light conditions. It typically doesn't last long.


3 comments posted

Bob Barley   Bob Barley
Nice colors and composition. The trees, the rock outcropping, and the far shoreline lead one's eyes into the scene. Pleasant fall image suited for a calendar. I wouldn't have noticed the added frame if you hadn't mentioned it.   Posted: 11/08/2019 08:17:40

Pamela Hoaglund   Pamela Hoaglund
What a beautiful place to hike. You used the trees nicely to frame the view for a keyhole look at the lake and you used the trees to block out most of the gray sky. The bright fall colored trees at the bottom of the frame provide a nice focal point leading into the image. Very nice.   Posted: 11/11/2019 10:10:41

Richard Sprott   Richard Sprott
Lovely foreground colors and a nice framing job. The light, while brighter, still seems flat on my monitor. Is there a fix for that?   Posted: 11/11/2019 15:19:36

 

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