Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Posts tagged “snow

Winter Comes

Winter Comes

 

What first appeared to be dust on a dirty negative, the tiny flecks all over this image are really large snowflakes that are falling. The bare field will soon be covered in snow.

In the best light…


Fresh Snow

Fresh Snow

 

I love the look of clean, fresh, untrammelled snow. Being in the mountains makes the experience even better. Shooting into the sun, with the low hanging clouds, cranks up the contrast to the max.

In the best light…


Leaning Tree

Leaning Tree

 

The high runoff in the spring raises the water level and increases the erosion and undermines the trees on the edge. When there is no longer enough soil to support the roots, gravity takes hold and pulls the tree over.

In the best light…


Winter Gardens

Winter Gardens

 

There was very little color out on the day this was photographed. The two previous in this series, I processed in black and white. In this image there was a hint of blue in the overcast sky and some of the deciduous trees had a reddish brown color to them, so I thought I would keep the pastel tones. The bridge and temple bell blend into the landscape, as if natural.

In the best light…


Snowy Evergreens

Snowy Evergreens

 

Back to our photo op at Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens in Lethbridge, Alberta. Facing a scene where the landscape has been manicured, some times it is difficult to reduce a composition to a less “all encompassing” view that first greets you. A small arched bridge gave me a place to start.

In the best light…