Thursday, March 24, 2011
Lake Ice II
A continuation of the last Lake Ice post with a different viewpoint on the ice. Instead of the sun being more or less camera left, the sun was at my back, or behind and a bit to the right. Given the subject matter and the angle of incidence, I thought a soft colour tone processing better suited these.
For example, in the above image, when I tried the same black and white conversion as in the previous post, the differences between the lighter milky colour in the foreground/distance and the greenish-blue of this channel opening were lost.
The colour made the thicker chunks of ice stand out like islands in an aerial shot of a frozen seascape. At least to me at any rate.
Posted by Mike Wood at 11:07