Juicy fresh peach slices and halves shown in two antique bowls, one from France and the wooden bowl a family heirloom circa 1925. Olive oil wooden handle knife bought in Aix-en-Provence this past June. Image shot in raw with a Leica d-lux 5 and converted to black and white using one of my favorite software plug-ins-Nik Silver Pro. 2.0
Raw image shot with a Canon D60 converted to digital infrared, levels, curves and brightness/contrast adjusted, then converted to black and white using Nik Silver 2.0. Glamour glow filter from Nik Color Efex added to final image.
Image shot at Kiawah Island Resort near Charleston, South Carolina with a converted digital infrared Canon D60, red and blue channels switched to achieve the blue sky effect, a hue and saturation layer to lighten palm foliage and some levels and curves adjustment.
For Texture Tuesday-the Movie eDition. Lady in White, a 1938 film. Basically, the photo only alludes to the name of the movie, not the plot. I took two photos, one without the figure and one with the figure. The two photographs were merged, then ghostly figures attained by adjusting the opacity of that layer. Next the "plaster" texture from Kim Klassen was used. Lastly, a levels and curves adjustment.
Fresh peaches are abundant in the farmers markets and groceries store. Although they are lovely photographed in color, this black and white study still reveals the lovely shape and texture of the peach. Image shot with a Leica d-lux5 in black and white, then used an additional filter with Nik Silver Pro 2.0 which deepened the black and white effect.
Shrimp boat on the Burnside River, Skidaway Island, Georgia, Low Country Boil and Fresh Shrimp.
Collage made with Pic Frame, an app for iPhone, iPad and iTouch. Original color photos converted to black and white using Nik Silver Pro 2.0. Recipe for Low Country Boil on sister site, Cafe Lynnylu.