This is a revisit on a photograph I captured and processed back in 2008. The new photo is probably more of an accurate representation of the colours that I actually saw.
There’s a lot of CA in both these photographs, not much I could do there. They original photo was taken on a 450D/17-85mm combination and saved as JPEG. If the image was taken in RAW, I’m sure I could have done a lot more.
This is the photograph that I had originally posted in 2008. A little over the top with the HDR sliders.
Again, these photos are from a few weeks ago that went un-processed for a while.
On the day, I decided to change my perspective a little and take a few photos at ground level. Both these photos were taken using with my EF 70-200 2.8L IS. The rocks are in a puddle of water about 2 meters wide.
Just for the perspective, the first picture is of a rock about 10cm in length (If I remember right).
These photos were the outcome of an exploratory photo trip. I love just heading out with a camera and finding something to photograph. Sometimes, even the ground can make an interesting photo :)
I went on another photo trip with Richard this afternoon. A few weeks ago, we drove away from the city. This time, we headed into the city. I love how we both have such different perspectives of exactly the same subjects.