Judith Lesnaw  


Through Screen and Rain by Judith Lesnaw

April 2021 - Through Screen and Rain

April 2021 - Judith Lesnaw

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About the Image(s)

One rainy day in early autumn I photographed a large tree in my back yard through a screened window and rain. I used a Canon 80 D with a Tamron 16-300mm lens. Settings were: 100mm; f8; 1/400 shutter speed. I liked the muted effect.

In Photoshop I applied one of the new "Neural" filters from the gallery that intensified the colors a bit. Then I adjusted “Adaptive Wide Angle” in “perspective setting”, and in “Sharpen” I selected “Sharpen Edges”.


4 comments posted




Lauren Heerschap   Lauren Heerschap
I really like the effect you have created, it feels a bit like a Van Gogh with more muted colors. Perhaps you were feeling more int he season of Autumn, but I also like the blue colors in the original. I think the lines of the trunk and branches are a bit more defined with the neutral filters though. Using your screen door as a filter is so creative!   Posted: 04/12/2021 16:39:02



Karl Leck   Karl Leck
Hi Judith, The screen with the extra sharpening added a canvas-like effect that helps create the painting look. The enhanced warmer color palette adds to the feeling. It's very well thought out and executed. Karl   Posted: 04/17/2021 10:31:11



Sandra Irwin   Sandra Irwin
What a fabulous idea! I love both images. The original is very painterly--reminds me, as Laura mentions, of Van Gogh, especially Mulberry Tree. The cropped and processed one strikes me as abstract art, and also quite wonderful. It does, just a bit, though, call up Van Gogh's Tree Roots, if blurred. Wonderful, creative, insightful idea for a photo! Just love them both!   Posted: 04/18/2021 12:37:15



Peter Newman   Peter Newman
Judith. I think u have created a warm and interesting image. You have successfully created in unusual image, with blendig lines and clolors' well done.   Posted: 04/20/2021 20:03:31



 

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