Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park in Monochrome

Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park in Monochrome

Nature photographers come back to locations repetitively, gaining new insight in familiar territory. Ansel Adams is one of the best examples. He returned repetitively seeking perfection, “le moment psychologique” or the moment that translated his passion for his famous landscapes. With technology it is a mere jump in the vehicle that suits the terrain to return to fine tune the site that has intrigued the nature photographer to perfect. Experimenting with equipment is a matter of tossing another knapsack in the backseat and heading outside. A new perspective on the same location can be gained by trying a different lens or camera.

The last post showed some late spring landscape images of Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park located between Calgary and Cochrane, Alberta. These show how changing equipment or using software manipulation can reveal a different world. The first three images are taken with an infrared sensor, the first is a duotone and the last is converted to black and white.

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Spring Sky at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Alberta Landscape at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park
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Lone Tree at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park

 

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Monochromatic Spring Sky at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park

 

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