It was one of the warmest days of the year so far, and an uphill adventure was ahead of us, as we walked 4 miles (2 miles there and 2 miles back) to an old, unused reservoir. Getting there was 90% uphill, and combined with the heat, it was a hard walk. But it was worth it in the end.
I’ve been neglecting my 18-135mm lately, so I was armed with that attached to my Fujifilm X-T3. All images were shot in basic Classic Chrome and raw. Todays images are edited raw files, using Photoshop. I had an idea in mind before I left on what I wanted, and I think I have achieved the look and images that I wanted.
I just thought I would do some experimenting with the Orton Effect using a technique in Photoshop. Also, there was some dodging and burning and vignette’s used. Much more editing than I usually do, but you know me… I like to do something different all the time.
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