I'm finding that I have a backlog of images that I want to post, so I'm going to try to do better with getting these images up and reviving my blog in the process.
These images are from a visit to New Mexico back in February (seems so long ago, doesn't it? lol!). I’ve developed an interest in woodland photography (going so far as taking a woodland photography focused workshop from Simon Baxter in Scotland – and more images coming from that trip too!) and I love how the aspens contrast with the snow.
This image is of the same scene, but a bit of a different perspective:
Both of these images were processed using Luminar (Luminar Website [full disclosure, I am a Skylum affiliate and I earn a little bit if you use the link there]). It was actually after sunset when I was able to find this scene and Luminar did a great job of improving the contrast and making the images pop a bit.
This last image was processed in Topaz Impression (Topaz Impression Website [full disclosure, I’m a Topaz affiliate also]) to give it a bit of a painterly look.
I hope you enjoy these images! Drop me a note at [email protected] if you have any questions!
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