Spider Web

This image is straight out of camera with zero post processing except for the addition of a watermark.



    1. Thank you Lynn. We had a couple of days of really thick fog and it seemed like a rare opportunity to try something new using the “dramatic tone” art setting on the camera. I was really pleased with how some of them turned out. It is only when you see them on screen that it is possible to decide how well they work. Some came out looking over processed which was an element I had little control over. I also liked the idea of putting up some images straight out of the camera with no post processing. Usually I will have tweaked images a little or cropped them down or straightened them so it has made a refreshing change to offer up images as they were shot! Have a good week… Mr Cafe 🙂

    1. Thank you. These were fun to take and are really the first time I’ve used the black and white dramatic tone art setting in the camera. I hoped the fog and the art setting would produce some interesting images. I felt rewarded for my experimentation. Best wishes… 🙂

    1. Thank you. I was pleased with this photograph. I actually shot it in B&W and there is no post processing. It is a jpg and is as it came out of the camera apart from adding a watermark. I know everyone says shoot in colour and convert but its actually really nice shooting in B&W and I’ve enjoyed working differently while out and about with my camera. As you know it’s good to experiment with different ideas and techniques. Best wishes 🙂

    1. Thank you for taking time to leave your very generous comment. I was pleased with this shot. It was quite breezy so the cobweb was moving quite a bit which of course isn’t apparent from the image. I wasn’t sure how it might look until I got it up on my computer screen and it turned out fine. Best wishes, Mr Cafe 🙂

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