Archive for the Landscape Category
Mike Gilligan went out to Clarkfield Minnesota with our group and took the following images while there.
Below is another edition of photos from the trip to Clarksville, Minnesota:
Here are a few of my images from the Clarksville, MN photo shoot. This location is full of wonderful old vintage objects that beg for creative photography. It was fun trying various creative techniques on the great subject matter there. The “Other House” mentioned is a house down the street that is falling apart. It is on the property, but it has no address so it’s “The Other House.”
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This image was processed with Antique Plate 2 in Silver Efex Pro 2 with a layer of color painted back in to give it a vintage look and to block out the boring sky behind it.
One of the unique features of this farm is that there is a lot of old equipment and cars laying about the property. It was quite a lot of fun to poke about looking for “treasures” and trying to capture some images that showed off his hidden treasures in an artistic way.
A number of our members traveled out to lovely Clarksville due West of Minneapolis, Minnesota to a large farm owned by a relative of one of our members. The farm’s main attraction for photography is a large collection of old Ford automobiles spread out over the property. But there were also a lot of other subjects that made it ripe for a photo session. Below are some of the images of the farm and its environs:
Last month Forrest Pearson traveled about 5 hours North to shoot with Peter Wong in and around Bayfield Wisconsin. That area includes the Apostle Islands on Lake Superior. This is a great recreation area year round, but particularly inviting in the warm summers months, and the fall when the leaves change and the city holds its annual apple festival.
Given the time of year they assumed there would be an opportunity to get a lot of snow-related shots. But we have had such a warm-dry winter there hardly was any snow. They did get a dusting toward the end of the trip, but still came away with some wonderful images. Below are some of the highlights from Forrest:
Forrest and his wife Jan taken by Peter Wong:
Submitted by Member Forrest Pearson
If you would like to see more images from this Photo Safari go to: Peter Wong and click on Grand Marais.
Submitted by Dynolights Member Peter Wong