I’m enjoying revisiting some my images and playing with them to learn more about Lightroom and Photoshop. See the image below to see where I stared.
I enjoyed returning time and time again to Whitehorse beach. Every time I saw something different. See the starting image below.
Menemsha is a fun place to visit at sunset. There were lots of people tailgating and just waiting for the sun to go down when I was there. See the starting image below.
I haven’t been to Long Island in a while. Hopefully I’ll be back there this summer. See the starting image below.
There used to be a pair of these dinghies in Scituate Harbor. I wonder whether they are still there now. The looked like they would be fun to row or sail. See the starting image below.
I remember this evening distinctly – the end of a long day in November and just in time to catch the light. See what the un processed image looked like below.
Looking at my notes I was surprised to see that I have never included Michael Kenna in my Friday Inspiration series. His minimal landscape work resonates with me in a deep way. I enjoy the space that he provides the viewer for their own thoughts. The range of subjects that Kenna has photographed is quite impressive from minimalist Japanese winter landscapes to a power station in England to his daughter’s kindergarten classroom. Quite an inspiration.
I was excited a few years ago when I saw a short trailer for a documentary following Kenna as he photographed in Shinan in Korea. Yet I never was able to find the full length documentary until recently. Check out ‘A Letter From Shinan’ below.