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Woods Panorama. Composite from multiple images. Fuji X100. 23mm. ISO 800. 1/550 sec at f/5.6. Copyright Joanne Mason 2012.
There’s nothing especially profound about this image (other that it being a lovely bucolic setting and a great place to spend a Saturday morning). But I was playing with stitching images together to create panoramas, and I thought a panoramic image of this woods scene would be appealing. This represents about 150 degrees, or just about one complete normal field of vision, not including extreme peripheral. (I must experiment with stitching images both vertically and horizontally.)
Kalanchoe luciae “Flapjack.” Fuji X100. 23mm. ISO 400. HDR of 3 images at f/8 with additional processing. Copyright Joanne Mason 2012.
This odd plant is a variety of kalanchoe, nicknames “flapjacks.” A monochrome version of this was posted some time ago. This has been re-edited. It’s an HDR image but with additional processing. The colors are pretty much realistic.
Photograph by Joanne Mason. Copyright 2012 All rights reserved.
In recognition of my photographs going up at Fine Art America, we have a special promotion! For a very limited time, obtain a 36″ x 24″ stretched canvas print of this Grand Canyon image for only $135. This special promotion is from Fine Art America. This is less than half what this size canvas print will normally cost. Quantities limited.
My photography is now available through Fine Art America at my website joanne-mason.artistwebsites.com. Drop by and let me know what you think! (Joanne Mason Photography is still active. I think the Fine Art America site is more attractive and easier to navigate. If you’re interested, check out Fine Art America. There’s a lot of fine art and photography by other artists as well!)