WARREN CONNECTICUT = This summer we’ve been trying to get up here on Thursday evenings, so here we are on another summer Friday. The light was dull so today’s image is an interior of our construction project – adding a “grandchildren” wing. Not much apparent progress since the last time we shot this. Visually things slow down when the trades (electrical, plumbing and heating) do their jobs.
Day 2507 of one photograph every day for thereat of my life.
On this day three years ago (day 1411): Roosevelt Memorial.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – Some birches and firms found there way into my path for the day. There may be a few too many of these on these pages. The hope that I may achieve an insight as to how the make these interesting springs eternal.
Day 2500 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life. Twenty-five hundred days without a miss. Now there’s a landmark.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – I was correcting a typo in the original version of the post for this day and for some reason lost it entirely. So here I go to reproduce it. A friend dropped by today in her lovely vintage Nash Metropolitan. Here it is.
Day 2453 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – I’m experimenting today with HDR – that is using software to combine multiple exposures to achieve expanded tonal range. I hate most HDR images. Many are found in Instagram and other online venues. They usually look badly over-cooked and artificial. My objective is to use this technique to save subtle highlight and shadow detail, and to amp up local contrast, but only slightly. The technique require combining multiple exposures so I’m starting today on a tripod – thus the somewhat academic look to the images. I’ll give hand-held a go tomorrow. Shooting with my Leica Monochrom and 21mm Super-Elmar lens.
Day 2438 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day last year (day 2073): Alley. One of my better images from my ongoing alleys project.