I have always been fascinated with three trees at the end of the parking where I work. I got out of my car this morning and several elements just came together to make this awesome frame. The morning light was incredible with fog rising from the stillness of the water. This frame is one of the reasons I always carry a camera with me. Sure, I could have snapped this using my iPhone 7 Plus but I wanted to capture it using my Fujifilm x100F's classic chrome film simulation which is easily one of my favorites. I then imported the photo into my iPhone and processed it using Lightroom Mobile and VSCO cam.
The sunrise was absolutely incredible this morning with the fog coming up off of the water as the sun was rising up over the trees and horizon. I took this one using my Fujifilm x100F camera using the classic chrome film simulation. I then imported the RAW photo into my iPhone 7 Plus using a SD card reader. I made some minor updates using Adobe Lightroom Mobile before posting it to my Flickr account.
The sunrise was absolutely gorgeous this morning. The fog coming off of the water and the beautiful light generated by the blue hour was amazing so I just had to capture it. The photo was taken using the new Fujifilm x100F using the Classic Chrome film simulation mode and then imported directly into my iPhone and processed using Lightroom Mobile and VSCO cam. Beautiful start to a beautiful Friday and weekend!
I've been at my current job for a few years now and there are three trees that catch my eye everyday I come into the office. They are located towards the back of the parking lot and are usually isolated from cars early in the morning and late in the afternoon which is conveniently during the best times for the best light also known as the golden hour. I couldn't resist snapping a quick shot the other afternoon using my Fujifilm x70 which I always have with me.
Yet another beautiful sunrise behind my home this morning. Photo taken using my iPhone 7 Plus and processed using Lightroom mobile, Snapseed and VSCO.
I was perusing some old photos again this morning and found a three shot HDR set. I processed it and I thought it turned out pretty good. I really liked the drama in the sky. I was tempted to title it "Nature's Drama" but decided that I wanted to focus on the sunrise more instead hence the title "Dramatic Sunrise."
I was going through some old photos over the weekend and I found a shot that I had yet to process. The photo is of the Jacksonville Beach pier and I just loved the way the sun was coming up over the water.