Walk With Me
This photo was created completely in-camera while I was taking the picture. During a very long exposure, I shifted the camera (which was on a tripod) up and down a little, creating the elongated, slightly surreal appearance to the trees and a painterly effect overall.
Then, I moved the camera to face the ground, which was covered with leaves, to add the ghostly appearance of leaves in the background.
This photo pairs well with "The Path Through", which has a similar palette, tone, movement and textures.
CanopyKinesis Photo Series
This photo is part of a series of photographs about trees, leaves, forests, and woodlands, called CanopyKinesis, all of which are printed on luminescent, high gloss aluminum sheets. In a departure from my generally realistic landscape scenes, the photos in this series are mostly semi- and fully abstract. Each piece depicts an emotional-figurative aspect of the arboreal landscape, rather than attempting to be a faithful representation of a specific place.
The images in this series were created by combining in-camera manipulations (camera movement, multiple and over-exposures, changing focus during exposure, etc.) and post-production digital painting techniques.
About Photos on Metal
Photos on Metal are created by a special process that infuses the image into specially coated aluminum sheets that have a durable high gloss finish, creating a brilliant, lasting artwork that seems to glow from within.
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