WIRR 2017, June Week 2

One of my favorite things about working in Old Town Fort Collins is that the city obviously cares so much about its appearance.  Flower pots are everywhere in the city.  Even the back alley behind my office is decorated with beautiful floral displays.  While on one of my daily photo walks I decided to capture one of these using my camera’s multiple-exposure mode.  The resulting Floral Kaleidoscope became my favorite image of the week

  

Floral Kaleidoscope

 

Fujifilm X-T2, Fujinon XF 60mm f/2.4 R Macro, f/5.6 at 1/500 (double exposures), ISO 400.

 

In the Field. This image was created in-camera using the multiple-exposure mode of the Fujifilm XT-2.  What’s nice about this mode is that after you take the first picture, you can see it overlaid in the viewfinder.  This lets you see what the final shot will look like before you take it.  The images were taken with the Fujifilm’s outstanding Velvia emulation.

 

Digital Darkroom.  Nothing extraordinary here- just small tweaks to exposure, contrast, and vibrance.

 

WIRR stands for Weekly Image Rich Ruh.  This regular feature on Das Has von Ruh will show and describe my favorite photo created during this weekly period. My weeks start on Mondays, as does the WIRR. I’m hoping to include commentary on the story, the setting, the specs, or the sentiments, depending on the circumstances.