It was a dark and stormy morning

Foggy Morning at the University (2c)

It’s been said that the best camera is the one you have with you — heck it’s even the title of a book on iPhone photography.

Which makes sense, because you can easily stumble across a nifty scene, as I did here, and not be able to capture it if you don’t have a camera with you.

True, the scene didn’t exactly look like that. I did enhance the dramatic using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2, to pretty good effect, I think.

But back to the point, carrying a camera with you will enable you to catch these unexpected scenes, and then take them back to your digital darkroom and explore the artistic possibilities.

Top of the World Provincial Park (2008)


I decided to take a scan through some photos from earlier this year. This one from our summer vacation stuck with me as one that I could play with.

And I did. Using Lightroom again. A bit of Sepia. A bit of dodging and burning, and I’m rather pleased with the result.

There’s an easter egg in this shot, though I didn’t notice it until I was finished editing! See if you can find it 🙂