The willow trees are leafing out, and the branches are full of catkins. The wind was blowing today and the willow branches were moving and swaying. The contrast of the early leaf yellow and the blue sky was particularly beautiful. These were captured with my iPhone 7, the camera that is always with me, using the Slow Shutter App. Then Lightroom was used to add contrast and clarity.
Fleeting Moments Artists present Essence of the Natural World at Bloomindale Park District Museum. The exhibit by four women who photograph nature have developed an exhibit to showcase their work, I am one of the four and will have these six images in the exhibit.
Bloomingdale Park District Museum, Gallery 1, 172 South Circle Avenue, Bloomingdale, IL 60108 from June 25 through August 6 with the Opening Reception July 10 from 2 pm – 4 pm.
I invite you to attend the Opening Reception and meet the artists, or visit the exhibit.
Every spring, fields on the west side of Morton Arboretum burst forth with thousands of daffodils, and other spring flowers. It is a photographer’s dream come true, especially if the weather cooperates. This year, I was anxious to use the impressionist techniques to see what splashes of yellow amongst the trees would look like. I went at sunset and the orange glow added to the ambience. Then I pulled out my iPhone 5s I with a new app, SlowShutter, to see what would happen. Pretty impressive!
I have a gallery on Twenty20 where you can get canvas prints, framed prints, prisms, and more from the Instagram photos I create. So I ordered a print to see what the quality was like. I’m impressed! I’m looking forward to matting and framing it!