Category Archives: street photography
I am having a challenging time sorting out in my head which version of this image works the best. It is interesting how much a small cropping can affect the mood of an image. Is the bottom rendering the strongest … Continue reading
I thought that I completed my work in the business district of Eureka. Instead, I see that my study is taking me deeper into the workings of the city.
Perhaps it is just me, but I cannot easily find a place to rest my eyes in this image. They finally settle on the greenish horizontal strip near the center. Perhaps that is all right. I am open to comments. … Continue reading
In Eureka last week.
Opera Alley in Eureka the other day.
An image from some years back that I reworked today. It is of a stretch of abandoned highway that is sometimes used for backcountry packers to get to a wonderful campground directly above the ocean. It is near Stone Lagoon … Continue reading
I took this with the 17mm tilt-shift lens on a July morning in 2016. I reprocessed this using a graduated filter instead of dropping the blue luminance to darken the sky. By doing so, I eliminated the fringing that was … Continue reading
Once a bustling hotel, The Clyde Hotel at Tulelake, CA is now a condemned structure.
As I stated before, I often need to “sit” with an image for awhile before it comes to maturity. I think that this one is nearly fully rendered.