Because like there’s nothing like some Photoshop filters to make a creepy scene twice as creepy.
Just a photo edit of the fountain from the gallery below (really just the Midnight filter in Color Efex) so you can all get your Goth on.
Photo Edit 1
Photo Edit 2
Just a nature shot with two edits (I like Photo Edit 1 the best). Figured I’d do something woodlandy after all the urban shots.
Someone put a shrine on top of a stump, and I made the photo of it look like an old photograph (I hope). Anyway it’s sitting somewhere on the James River west of the Huguenot Road bridge.
Three takes of one shot of the Tappahannock VA NN Burger location (regular, monochrome, and a photo edit). If you’re wondering the filter used for the photo edit was Monday Morning in Color Efex (Nik Collection).
I did as I usually do these days and hit the highway, stopping in Gloucester Village to practice urban photography. Above we’ve got a few shots (the black and white one is of an abandoned building obviously, but very very heavily photoshopped) from today.
Coming up in the next few posts, there’ll be one more set from the last visit to Colonial Williamsburg sometime soon and at least another one from today of Gloucester Village.