Messing around with my macro lens again. This is a picture I took awhile back but finally got around to editing. Made the same way as my previous post on “celestial” with a CD for the reflective colors. I confess, this one was edited a bit more than the last:
Macro Lens (Wide Open) exposure 1/320th of a second
Thanks to one of my favorite landscape photographers, Darwin Wiggett, I’ve learned a new concept called “The Orton Effect”, which is a method used for creating photographs with a “painterly” feel to them. I re-edited a couple photos from California last summer that I felt would benefit greatly from this method:
Both of these shots were right behind the hotel we were staying at. 🙂 We were really roughing it:
This Next shot is one of my favorite beaches in Cali:
I’m really excited to use this technique once the fall colors start hitting the trees. Could definitely make for some interesting stuff! If you are a photographer, be sure and check out the link I included to “The Orton Effect” as I truly believe this opens up a whole new realm of possibilities for photography.