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Morning Blues in Irsina

My favorite time to be out and about when traveling is well before the break of dawn, I like to wander the empty streets to soak up as much ambiance as possible and really get a feel for a place.

This time of morning is always like Christmas for me as I wait for the light to unwrap the scenes I have glimmered in the inky black and hope for some interesting colors and favorable light to present themselves to my lens.

This scene is the old piazza in Irsina one of the delightful villages and towns within the province of Matera in the region of Basilicata and a place not be missed.

I took this with my D750 and Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens at 28mm 8s, f/11 ISO 100 processed in LR, PS +Lumenzia, Topaz Denoise

Disclaimer: My style is a study of romantic realism as well as a work in progress.

Tags:   Irsina Basilicata Italy Italia

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Morning Illumination

An early fall morning scene from our cottage lake front last fall, our hideaway from the BS of the world and the only place that truly feels like home.

I continue to dig through the vaults to pick out a few previous images trying to get good practice using Lumenzia for luminosity masking and add it to my post shot work flow,

Captured here my favorite time of the year at our cottage, the biting things have knocked it off for the year, nature puts on her finest colors and the mornings become a misty calm moment of reflection with soft golden rays illuminating and highlighting the colors.

I took this with my D750 and Tamron 24-70mm 2.8 G2 Lens at 70mm 1/8s, f/16 ISO 100 processed in LR, PS +Lumenzia, Topaz Denoise

Disclaimer: My style is a study of romantic realism as well as a work in progress.

Tags:   Cottage Renfrew Ontario Canada

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River scene in Renfrew

A scene from the small town of Renfrew Ontario last fall, just a little oasis of peace in this chaotic world and some good practice using Lumenzia for luminosity masking,

Between organizing our household supplies, spring cleaning and anxiously awaiting the snow to be gone to start yard work/gardening I at least have something to escape to and hope that everyone finds a productive and distracting use of their time as well.

These little rocky rapids in the river are in front of the swinging foot bridge of Renfrew and favorite spot for ramblers all over town to make their way to and perch on the bridge to listen to the song of the river.

I took this with my D750 and Tamron 15-30mm 2.8 G2 Lens at 30mm 1/50s, f/11 ISO 100 processed in LR, PS +Lumenzia, Topaz Denoise

Disclaimer: My style is a study of romantic realism as well as a work in progress.

Tags:   Renfrew Ontario Canada

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Pastural farm scene in Autumn

A scene from last fall in the better times and some good practice using Lumenzia for luminosity masking.

I have enough vault material to rework that I can stay in for many months but cabin fever is setting in and I am wishing for the snow to be gone to do some backyard safari’s.

This shot was taken from the Queen’s Line Road in Renfrew County Ontario at the start of autumn colors.

I took this with my D750 and Tamron 15-30mm 2.8 G2 Lens at 30mm 1/125s, f/11 ISO 100 processed in LR, PS +Lumenzia, Topaz Denoise

Disclaimer: My style is a study of romantic realism as well as a work in progress.

Tags:   Ontario Renfrew Canada

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Morning Light at the Lake

With self-isolation the norm not much to work on for new photos but I have been studying and learning the use of luminosity masking so I am going back through the vaults to grab some material to rework with new skills.

This shot was take from our dock before 6am one morning in early October as the light from the sunrise just crests the tree tops highlighting the morning mist as it curls around the lake surface.

I am hoping in a few short weeks it will be warm enough we can disappear to the lake on a very regular basis.

I took this with my D750 and Tamron 24-70mm 2.8 G2 Lens at 70mm 0.8s, f/16 ISO 100 processed in LR, PS +Lumenzia, Topaz Denoise

Disclaimer: My style is a study of romantic realism as well as a work in progress

Tags:   Catherine Lake Ontario Canada


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