Finally a white one! Taken at Barnet Park behind Burnaby Mountain. Just a bit of rain on this day and absolutely no one around. The sun peaked out right around this photograph and gave the seagull a bit of a “pop” from the background. Not too sure what happened to the warm weather. Taken with the 55-250mm.
The final photograph of the series. Why a series of three? Well we have a frame that holds three photographs that we’re going to put in our bathroom!
The photograph straight from the camera.
Finally, converted to black and white. Of all the photographs in the series, this one has the greatest difference in feel going from colour to monotone.
The first shot from the setup shown yesterday.
The photograph as it came out of the camera.
Here is the same shell converted to black and white. For this photo I had to darken the background to make it a true black and enlarge the “canvas” of the photograph to give more room around the photograph. A touch of sharpening and brightness/contrast adjustments and here’s the result.
Here is the same photo but without the additional (kid’s Science poster) reflector on the backside.
Looking from above.
A view from the other side. The front of the Science project can be seen here. A piece of white card only adds a bit of light to the other side but what it does is it gives a bit of edge definition so you don’t have the object disappearing into “nothingness.” Tomorrows photos will include a shot with and without reflector.