Trey Foerster  


First of Fall on Grenlie Lake by Trey Foerster

October 2020 - First of Fall on Grenlie Lake

October 2020 - Trey Foerster

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The early morning sun illuminates late summer changing foliage on Grenlie Lake and the calm still water reflects the orange colors. It was my first venture into Skunk-Foster State Natural Area after the first hint of autumnal change and glad I chose early morning so as to get a light fog over the lake’s surface near the trees. Technical info: ISO 100, f/10, 1/20 sec., -1 step, manual exposure, 150 mm, pattern metering. Usual initial processing through PS and LR, then into TopazStudio where I used two presets, then back into LR for finishing.


2 comments posted




Charles Walker   Charles Walker
Trey, like myself, I can tell you have spent many years with film cameras. In camera you have nicely composed a lovely shot that needs little modification in post-processing. The mist and the play of golden tones reflected in the pond make the viewer want to linger with this image for a long time.   Posted: 10/07/2020 11:21:19



Gary Butler   Gary Butler
To my eye Trey you have done excellent work in post-processing with the hue, saturation and brightness of the trees and the Lillies. I feel you have left just the right amount of background pines to create a "supportive" background for the Lillies in the foreground and the leaf-bearing trees in the mid-ground.   Posted: 10/12/2020 18:47:23



 

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