One of the nice things about this past weekend was that I was able to take a bunch of photos without much forethought. For example, in Windsor, obviously I wanted to make sure I got some nice photos of the Detroit skyline so I went focused on making sure I got plenty of those to choose from and I did exactly that.
Greenfield Village, on the other hand, was a place that Angela had found and planned out with her parents to go visit, and I hadn’t really had time to really look into what to expect when we got there. That gave me an opportunity to tour through the site as more of a photo-walk than anything else, taking photos that allowed me to play with the camera settings:
Or photos that allowed me to play with color enhancement a bit.
And, naturally, since this is an historic village, I had to play with some of the “aging” effects as well, turning the historic baseball game into a truly historic looking photo.
I’m enjoying taking my time and going through these photos. It allows me a bit more time to get creative and develop some more processing skills. I’ve only got a handful up in the Greenfield Village Set for right now, but I should be adding some more in the coming days.
Follow these topics: Photography