Dianne Arrigoni  

Landscape Study Series by Dianne Arrigoni

January 2022 - Landscape Study Series

January 2022 - Dianne Arrigoni


January 2022 - Dianne Arrigoni

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January 2022 - Dianne Arrigoni

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About the Image(s)

I have decided I have so many photographs of this location I am just going to create a portfolio of them, and with the help of the group to narrow the selection.

Something about this site attracts me over and over again. I rarely go there now, but will possibly go back soon: so I am looking for comments regarding post processing and editing. (I do not have the meter adjustments this work, but I like the fog and arrangement of the buildings).

3 comments posted

Lance Lewin   Lance Lewin
Happy New Year, everyone! So we are clear, Dianne's presentation for January includes all four photographs from this location and so she is looking for input on each, and how they work together. Thank you!   Posted: 01/07/2022 06:39:28

Debasish Raha   Debasish Raha
Hi Dianne, I liked the mood of the profile photo best. I made some adjustment in the Lightroom   Posted: 01/11/2022 19:43:37
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Lance Lewin   Lance Lewin
Dianne, I really like how you captured the mood; it is clear this the atmosphere you captured on site at the time of capture.

In this case, this pictorial rendering is a product of the wonderful visual narratives Mother Nature offers those willing to work hard to find the location, choosing the time of day or night to eloquently compose and capture the shot.

My two favorites are the featured piece and the one with the tub in the foreground.
1. the featured photograph reflects a very mellow, soft light, and the Toning is well representative of the atmospheric conditions that likely revealed the pale yellow light from diffused sun rays. The Toning very much sits well with this particular scene. The shimmering brightness is well balanced against the otherwise midtown range that predominates the scene. (However, I do suggest to make less or no Vignetting).

2. the "injected" tub presents, what I like to call, a "positive-distraction". In this case, the juxtaposition of the tub against the prominence in the wooden structures, creates all sorts of interesting and fun narratives viewers' will contemplate.

  Posted: 01/17/2022 07:27:01


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