Double-exposure. Late afternoon sun shining through the trees. Image: Su Leslie, 2016. Edited with Snapseed and Fused.
Photography is all about light; about capturing how and where, and the intensity with which it shines.
In the montages here, two shots of the same view are overlaid. The first shot was in focus, showing trees silhouetted against the sky. The second shot was out of focus, reducing the image to blob and bokeh.
The difference between the two montages is largely an effect of the intensity of the light electronically shone in the editing process.
Double-exposure. Late afternoon sunlight through the trees. Image: Su Leslie, 2016. Edited with Snapseed and Fused.
Shared as a contribution to the Daily Post Photo Challenge. This week’s theme is shine.
After the rain everything seems shiny and new. Image: Su Leslie, 2015
Shining like diamonds. Dewdrops on unknown plant growing on banks of Tongariro River, North Island, NZ. Image: Su Leslie, 2015
For the Daily Post Photo Challenge; this week’s theme is shine.