Cropped the photo, adjusted the exposure and the white tone, and increased dark tone, then converted it into black and white and adjusted the lighting. Done in the Lightroom. Voila!
Stacy has made a number of instruction videos showing us how she transforms digital photos step by step. I have learned so much from her. Thank you, Stacy! This Friday, she is teaching us how to use the LR 6/CC and Nik Color Efex Pro. Take a look…
Click HERE to view some creative AB works. Emilio is back! :)
Thank you to Raewyn who invited me to take part of the 5 photos 5 stories challenge.
It really is impossible to capture the immense view of the Grand Canyon through my humble lens. So I decided join the sunset tour to shot a few sunset scenes. The first thing that Larry, our tours guide, emphasized was the size of the canyon–277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide.
When we were waiting for sunset, Larry pointed to the canyon walls, then told a story that made me laugh the rest of the trip:
“Last time, when I said to my tour group that the canyon wall is a mile deep down to the bottom, one of the guys responded, ‘Wow! Canada is right over that wall.’ “
If you are living in another continent, you might wonder. The Grand Canyon is located in Arizona which shares a border with Mexico. Fyi, the distance between Canada and Mexico is 903.33 miles (1453.77 kilometers), according to disween.com.
Submitting this one to the Mundane Monday Challenge #7. “…find beauty in everyday mundane things, capture the beauty.” This challenge has changed the way I see mundane things through my lens. The above photo was taken with iPhone while we were traveling. If you would like to join, click HERE.