Update: I redid this photo, converted it to a blueish black and white photo. I wasn’t happy at all with the last version when I woke up this morning. That one was in color. You can view that version by clicking here.
Mangroves are rather difficult to photograph. They are very cool to look at, but there’s a trick to shooting them that I still have yet to figure out. I guess what makes them difficult are the roots which usually makes the photo very busy. It’s hard to find a good balance with all the lines going all over the place. Eventually I’ll figure how to shoot these plants, maybe even develop a style on the way. Something like this mangrove photo I shot a while back… the scariest mangrove tree ever!
Software Used for Processing Photo:
Photomatix – Used for creating high dynamic range.
Topaz Adjust – Photoshop plugin used to enhance details.
Topaz DeNoise – Photoshop plugin used to eliminate noise.
Topaz Clean – Photoshop plugin used to smooth pixels.
Photography Style: High Dynamic Range
Digital Camera Used: Canon 5D Mark2
Lens Used: Canon 17-35mm f/2.8L USM
Photo Location: Stuart, Florida