This shot was taken at the end of the day. I got down low on my knees to capture this shot. The lighting was changing. The clouds kept covering the sun making changing the setting on my camera difficult. The edited this shot in Photoshop to bring out some of the colors I was able to see in person.
This was a five minute running shot. I jumped out of the bus and ran around trying to capture a great image. I was laying down on my stomach so that I could see the coloring of the moss and the name on the headstone. The different colors of the background were white so I edited color into it in Photoshop. It would have been nice to have a light to help capture this shot better.
This shot was taken at the end of the day. The clouds were finally rolling in and not much of the sun was peeking out. I was able to keep my camera settings about the same which made it easier to get a good shot with nice coloring. I was in between building so the wind was minimal too. In Photoshop I enhanced the saturation a little bit to bring out the color I saw in person.
This was one of the shot of my marble pictures that turned out okay. The wind was a huge factor in me not getting more. It was different to get a good focus on the subject but I was able to do so in this picture. I think there is good contrast and depth of field.
This image was completely dark when I took it. It was a good thing I was shooting in raw. There are many things I learned on this excursion and one of them was how great shooting in raw is when you don’t have enough pictures and a super dark one is all you have to work with. I did the most editing on this picture out of all of the picture that I edited in Photoshop taken at Bannack.