As is usually the case when I take a ton of images on a trip, I play around with the images to see what I can create. Here are a few of the highlights from the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens.
Color isolation is great when it comes to cherry blossoms.
A dream state.
Using a wide angle adaptor that takes the image down a few steps.
A darkness covers the land.
Pastels in the trees.
This doesn’t take many steps on lightroom.
You can see the warp created by the wideangle adaptor.
Lots of color saturation.
I just like this image. And getting it without people is tough.
Lots of color.
More color isolation.
Weeping willow of cherry blossoms.
Combining effects gets a nice image.
Reflections in the water.
Shadow play can be heightened with monochrome.
Next week: A walk through Tribeca before an audition.