Happy New Year! I have some great plans for the new year photographically so tune in to see what is new and exciting. I have been spending some time updating my galleries and Portfolio. Take a peek at my Coastal Brown Bears gallery and you will find some new and exciting images of Grizzlie Bears from my trips to Alaska’s Lake Clark National Park. Find them right HERE. In addition, I will be adding some new posts which I will be labeling as “Behind the Lens” posts. These posts will go into detail about how the image was created. What equipment was used, what settings on my camera, and the thought process behind the shot. So, check back or watch for my posts on your Facebook page, Google+, or Linked In. Not following me on social media? Get there and lets get connected.
The Image on the left is a photograph that I captured while traveling to the Northwest Territories of Canada last September. Our goal was to capture images of the Northern Lights and we were not disappointed. When you see the lights with the naked eye, they look to be white or off white in color. When I captured the images with my camera they appeared to be green in color. I have posted a few of these for your pleasure in my Northern Lights gallery. This image was enhanced using Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. We measure the temperature of light in degrees Kelvin. Sunlight, flashlight, or Lamp Light all have a different temperature and may look different in color. To complete this image I changed the temperature of the light from its original temperature down to about 3200 degrees Kelvin. It changed the color of the lights from Green to this Bluish color. Its a different perspective. As photographers we can post images captured and illustrated with no enhancements, or use a little digital magic and create art that seems to stand out from the norm.
Remember to “Like” this image on Facebook, “Pin it” on Pinterest, or give it a +1 on Google +. If you would like a copy for yourself give me a note and I will print you one and send it out. Check the pricing for prints in my galleries section of this web site. Enjoy!