She stopped in the Trumpet Creeper long enough for these 3 images but heard the shutter on the camera and was off for a quieter hunting location.
but not before giving me the one-eyed stare....
I've been having fun with Photoshop and some HDR (High Dynamic Range) software recently. The following photos are not bird related so if that kind of thing doesn't interest you may want to leave now...:)
We've been remodeling a 4 family built in the early 1900's in Gloucester recently and these 4 shots are of the interior as the carpenters work their way through the project. These are all handheld shots, which were rather dull looking prior to being run through the HDR software.
The old kitchen - soon to be bathroom with Brian hard at work.
The old dining room, looking at the living room.
The old dining room - soon to be kitchen.
This has led me to look at some of my images in a different light with the following examples of different processing.
The Gloucester City Hall, currently being restored - HDR
and run through the oil paint filter in Photoshop as well as HDR.
and lastly... if you've read this far..... a shot of my backyard or what I call "Hummingbird Haven"