A monochrome photograph of the Orangery at Knole Camera: Canon EOS 70DLens: Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 STMF/Number: f/9.0ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 18 mmShutter Speed: 1.20 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC
Photographed at Knole in Kent Photographed at Knole in Kent. Posted as Part of Patti's Lens-Artists Photo Challenge # 106: Autumn
The above photograph was taken just as the leaves were leaving the trees. It was a damp and dismal day and the fog was still lingering around. You couldn't see much fog on the image, so I enhanced what fog there was using ON1 Raw 2020's weather filter.
First of all, thank you to all those that participated in last Week's challenge, I really enjoyed viewing your interpretations of Monochrome Fine Art. We had some great entries. This week the theme is called Metal. And my first image is of Rochester Bridge which is made of cast iron. My second image is of … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 40 – Metal
The beautiful deer at Knole near Sevenoaks in Kent, in the above photograph, is a great candidate for Lens Artists Photography Challenge. Their colours blend in with the autumn tones, yet they stand out in the scene.
It seems absolutely ages since I submitted an entry to Leanne Cole's Monochrome Madness theme. Every week you can submit an entry (which I must from now on remember to do) and she will post it in her Monochrome Magic Theme. This weeks entry is Country. Well there is nothing like a young deer grazing … Continue reading MM 2-27: Monochrome Madness Theme Country