Tuesday, 28 February 2017

To Infinitree (and beyond).

I inherited my fathers love of playing with words and the art of the pun, so the name for this was un-avoidable.


It looks a little crunchy here, thanks to a slightly soft lens, sharpening and then resizing and finally web presentation, but that's OK. Shot at Lacock abbey (home of William Fox-Talbot) in mid December, the trunk was really a fairly bright green, and by mild abuse of chrominance sliders in Perfect Effects, the green was adjusted to appear white like silver birch bark, while the sky was darkened.

Shot using a Nikon D610 and Sigma 21-35 zoom at 21mm (hence the slight softness).

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