Just a quick post today and thought I would show you one of the images from the Quarantine Station which I did a bit more work on.
I showed this image on Sunday with a heap of other images from the Quarantine Station. I will make the original the featured image for this post.
After I did the post I looked at that image and wondered what else I could I do to it. It was a case where I didn’t feel the first image was finished. So I spent some more time on it.
Anyway here is that image, the revised one.
Behind the Image
I like the way the buildings were all sitting side by side. The fact that two of them were almost identical, while the third was different gave it a different feel. You also can’t tell how big they are really.
The big chimney added another dimension too. It gave some idea as to what the building was used for. Or what it may have been. There was a sense of history there. I love history and trying to get some of that into my images.
The sky was very important in this image. I did have my long exposure gear with me but left it in the car. The clouds were fascinating and when I saw them in the image they reminded me of smoke.
Anyway, that was it. The image was taken with my Fujifilm X-T3 and XF10-24mm lens. Still loving the camera and it was perfect for my walk around the quarantine station.