GALLERY OF TREES
Trees come in all shapes and sizes. When I photograph a tree I’ve already determined what I want to see in the final image. Sometimes there are surprises.
Tangled Branches is a good example of that. I knew I wanted to show the branches in black and white, but never thought I would vignette the final results going to white.
Four Trees jumped out at me while walking down an Eastham Road. I knew I wanted the four trees to stand out, but I knew I had to blur the foliage to get what I wanted.
3 Trees is one of those photos that I would always pass, but never stopped. As you can see, I finally did stop.
Reservoir Oak caught my eye with its permanent bend to the right and its many branches. Noticing that the sky was ominous, I reached for a long telephoto. My goal was to pull the tree and the sky together so that the viewer would get a sense of foreboding.
Trees in Fall was shot in the countryside of Quebec. My goal here was to show how much tree leaves could change (color) in the cold weather.
Redwood Down had appeared in the Portraits of the Garden at the Stuart Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens.
Tree Silhouette against a morning sky is a favorite. It shows one tree’s struggle against the elements as it grows out of the side of a mountain.
Photographing Trees, Sun, and Sky leads me to question how alone these trees are against the large sun. I oversaturated the sky so that the sun would stand out.
Tree Down the Road is featured in black and white to shows its desolate surroundings.
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