I spotted these interesting variegated Hosta leaves on a recent walk around the neighborhood while testing the TTArtisan 50mm lens.
Variegated Hosta leaves in monochrome.
This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: Inversions prompt.
I was down at the local bay photographing ripples at sunrise when Dale posted the prompt so I wondered how one of those photos would look colour and tone inverted in Photoshop.
I then decided to try inverting a few more recent photos.
Colour and tone inverted ripples on Colpoy’s Bay at sunrise.
Colour and tone inverted variegated Hosta leaves.
A colour and tone inverted site marker on a campground.
A colour and tone inverted fern frond.
Another experiment with rotational camera movement during exposure.
Spring colour of some tree tops on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.
This week Tina gives us the prompt Blue and Green for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge.
Having been down to the local bay at dawn a few hours before Tina posted the prompt I decided to see what else I could come up with over the Victoria Day long weekend in Canada.
Streaking Clouds in the Blue Hour. A live composite exposure of clouds moving across Colpoy’s Bay at dawn on Saturday morning.
New Green Growth. Pine needles spotted on a walk around the neighborhood on Sunday afternoon.
Green with Cream Edges. Variegated Hosta leaves photographed on a walk around the neighborhood on Sunday evening.
Blue with an Orange Band. Colpoy’s Bay at dawn on Monday morning.