Tag Archives: Contrast

Driftwood – Formby Point Beach Photo by Rob Laynton

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. This was a piece of driftwood on Formby Point Beach. I love long deserted beaches and the sense of space and minimalism that they provide. With this image … Continue reading

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Stile and sky – A look at minimalism – Photo by Rob Laynton

Stile and sky near near Rode Heath, South Cheshire. A minimalist shot taken with a red filter to enhance contrast. Many of my photographs are what might be called ‘Minimalist’ – a term coined in the mid 20th century to … Continue reading

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Old tree – Photo by Rob Laynton

Tree and fence near Rode Heath, South Cheshire, England. A red filter was used for this shot taken in black  and white mode, to increase contrast. These days, such contrast effects would be attained by using Adobe Photoshop.

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Tree branches – Photo by Rob Laynton

Tree branches. Another shot using black and white mode and a red filter to enhance contrast. Such contrast effects would now be achieved using Adobe Photoshop.

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