Another Tree Shot. April 22, 2012Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
Tags: Canon 24mm TS-E II f3.5L lens, Elliot, mossy trees, oak trees, tilt-shift photography, trees, twining oaks
Here’s a pair of oaks in an incestuous embrace:
I’ve photographed these trees before, but it’s been a few years now, so I thought I’d revisit them. This photo needs work; now that I have a sense of what atmospherics I’m looking for I’ll be back to shoot it again until I get it right.
This shot is courtesy of Elliot, with about one degree of tilt. I was lying on my side with my head down hill and my face squeezed between the camera and ground, so the composition was a bit rushed.
Still, the verdant mossy bark gives it an other-worldly feel, and I like it well enough to keep trying for the money shot.