For the first time in ...for-fucking-ever, I'm actually taking some photos, editing them and posting them online. Wrangling Flickr for the first time in years is an amusing and frustrating experience. I've hated the "new" UI for years now, and I find accomplishing fairly basic tasks with it to be a right royal PITA. Several of the large groups where I was a member have disappeared completely (RIP the hugely active Macintosh group). I barely remember how to embed images via Flickr at this point.
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Infrared photo I took 5 years ago almost to the day, with my IR-modified 5D and my 35mm F/2. The 35 has a broke AF motor, but that has never stopped me from using it. I spent ages converting this image to black & white with a high contrast blue filter and then duotoning it in Photoshop.
Ancient historical of a ferry boat ...in the spring of 2016. As I have been doing a bunch recently, I converted this image to black & white and duotoned it in Photoshop.
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One of my old favorite tricks, taking the law of thirds to its illogical end. Lots of ocean texture. Mangled heavily in Photoshop to make it look like a historical remnant.
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Faux Large Format Shot: The Shenandoah, as photographed from a ferry. Converted to black & white and duotoned in Photoshop. Cropped to 4:5, which is still my favorite aspect ratio.
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The most recent shot of the bunch, I took this last May during my previous visit to MV. I only got around to editing it this week. Converted to black & white using a yellow filter and then duotoned in Photoshop.