THE FOOTPRINTS OF FLOW
This river contains many heavy metals. The water has left its traces in the form of deposits of sulphuric materials, called «fractals», forming suggestive and dynamic lines in an unusual landscape. By using the polarizer to the maximum, the colors are enhanced and by lowering the intensity, the chromatism fades but the texture is emphasized. These frames with a very clase foreground and distant background require great depth of field. One could even consider using «focus stacking».
Processed in Camera Raw, first brightness and contrast changes. Edited in Photoshop, trying to recover red and yellow co/ours that my sensor had dampened, using the «color balance» and the «hue/ saturation» too/.
Full/ frame, 36mm, F: 16, 100 ISO, 1/13 s, polarize