Don’t Pass By Those Downed Trees And Branches.
February 4th, 2013
by Mike Moats
Most macro photographers would walk right by this great opportunity and not see the artwork waiting there for you. Here are two images of a small tree and a branch that has fallen during some high winds. I find these a lot where I shoot and always check any interesting combinations of dying leaves. Love the way they curl as they go through the dying stage.
Here are two images I like that look the leaves are engaging in a group hug.
The next two I shot with a wide open aperture at f/2.8 for a little more artistic feel.
Both of these I used the “Solarization” filter in Nik’s Color Efex Pro 4
Don’t pass up these downed trees and limbs without checking them out first
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