Location: Georgia, USA
Description: The oak lined avenue leading to the tabby ruins of the home of Noble Jones, a physician who came to settle Georgia along with James Oglethorpe in 1733. The photo is actually two digital photos sandwiched together, one shot at f/22, +2 stops over, the second one is shot at the widest aperture on the lens at +1 stop over and defocused. Then sandwiched together for the final photo. It takes some practice to get the effect desired.
Photograph Copyright Lynne Daley
WOW!!! This is a VERY cool effect. I love it. I like how the effect of the colors. Thank you for sharing your technique. I was wondering how you did it.
This is just stunning.
Well done. You’re very talented.
Amazing picture!!! I love that the description explains how it comes about.
Beautiful effect! It looks like an impressionist paiting.
did you take this picture? It’s absolutely stunning!!!!!!! It looks like it would be from 1733!
Straight of a fairy tale or perhaps the beginning of a ghost story. I’ve never been to the deep south, but I would imagine it to look like this. So steeped in history, the secret of the mosses as they whisper from the trees.
It -does- look a little like an Impressionist painting! It has a real ghostly quality, and you almost expect to see some of the 1730s residents to come drifting through the scene.
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Very nice photo…congratulations…I love new techniques, they get uss all a little away the repetitive “photo hunting”
Bravo and thanks for sharing….I will give it a try