Victoria's Light

A new version of an earlier posted image with minor edits suggested by my friend Peter deGraaf.  Pentax 67, 110mm lens, yellow filter.   I dropped the highlights in curves and decreased the contrast a wee bit using Photoshop.  The level of detail and range of tones preserved from this camera and lens combination continues to astound me.

I don’t think I will ever have the patience to make good use of Photoshop, it is very complicated and I am not.  Hopefully I will receive some feedback with thoughts on the two versions, as subtle as the differences are….Happy New Year to my small band of followers!

Driftwood at Sakonnet

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