I tend to be more of a purist when it comes to my photos. I don’t like to mess with them too much, as to me it takes away from some of the authenticity of the picture. However, my wife convinced me to try something different, so I added a filter through Photoshop, and made this photo a Sepia shot. I would be interested in your feedback on the photo.
This photo was taken at a small area beside the road as we were coming back from Memphis, TN. We stopped off and just walked a little bit, and I snapped some photos. I was really happy with the way these came out.
Thanks, and I hope you enjoy!
Old Mill Sepia
I must be a day (or two) behind, but I had to post for the last Weekly photo challenge. Hope you all enjoy!
Today, we had a good friend graduate from High School. As we were coming back from the graduation, my wife and I decided to take a trip to a place we use to go years ago while we were dating. This area is near Wakarusa, Kansas. There is a low-water crossing, which has some very pretty views and is a perfect place to relax for a bit. I took this picture, and just had to share. Hope you all enjoy!
Still Creek Reflection
I know, I haven’t posted anything in a while. Sorry about that. With the Holidays, family, and work, I’ve been a little busy. But we got this AWESOME snowfall last night (New Year’s Eve), so I had to get out and get some pictures. This is a creek near the Kansas Historical Museum, which was partially frozen, but had a good amount of contrast with the snow and the dark water. Hope you all enjoy!