Monoshone Creek, Rittenhouse Town, Philadelphia
For a lot of us, this coming weekend is the unofficial end to summer. A change of seasons is upon us, so I wanted to share with you an image that I had taken during the spring of this year. It was one of my first attempts at capturing a waterfall, so I decided to put a circular polarizer to good use. I was amazed by the color that appeared in the rocky areas. By desaturating the highlights within Photomatix, I was able capture the change of seasons.
I think we can all agree that this change may bring some great photo opportunities. Although I love the summer, I am looking forward to the vibrancy of the fall.
What I love most about this image is the different approach that I’ve chosen. To me, it represents a very unique mood that we all strive for. Don’t forget to change things up when you feel yourself getting bored with your work. Sometimes I’ll even go back to an image from the past and re-tweak it. With that said, I am very happy with the slight adjustments I made to this image in Aperture 3 before posting.
I wish everyone a safe and happy labor day weekend.