白川の写真Some photos from a walk along the Shirakawa River In Kyoto
Photo journal from 6/9/2019:
|Color shot with flowers out of focus in the foreground.|
Someone standing on the Shirakawa Ippon bridge.
You can see the stone Furumonzen Bridge in the background; which is in front of Chion-in Temple, near the popular Gion Yasaka Shrine.
|Part color yellow shot with foreground in focus.|
|Someone in a kimono posing on the Shirakawa Ippon Bridge.|
|A shot of the clear waters of the Shirakawa river.|
Using a CPL (circular polarization lens) to control the surface glare on the water.
|Hydrangea. Shot with a yellow center hole lens.|
|Another shot with a yellow center hole lens.|
You can see some distortion around the flower where the rim of the lens hole is.
Also using a pop filter to enhance the vividness of the blue and green.
|Without the pop filter.|
|A retro filter for more of a sepia hue.|
|You can see how the yellow center hole filter affects the outer edge colors of the flower bush, while the center has the original color|
|You can make out a color spotlight here with the yellow center hole lens.|
|Yellow center hole lens, making the environment seem like a darker sunset scene, while the kimonos can remain more white.|
The lens also makes the greenery seem more green.
|Yellow center hole lens shooting from a distance as someone passes over the Shirakawa Ippon Bridge.|
At a distance the bridge looks like it is super narrow but it reasonable when you are standing on top of it.
|Hydrangeas along the river, near Keihan Gion-Shijo station.|
|There is a clear spotlight effect with the yellow center hole filter.|
|Someone on the Shirakawa Ippon Bridge. Full color.|
|Part color green show.|
Everything is in black and white except for the greenery.