Friday, September 24, 2010

Revisiting old negatives

Having my negative scanner back in service has inspired me to revisit some of my older images and make a few Photoshop tweaks that were not possible until a few years ago.
Like, for instance, this shot of the moon over the Pacific Ocean that I shot the evening of July 9, 1997 from a campsite at the South Beach primitive campground at Klaloch, Wash. I used a cheap little Olympus point-and-shoot film camera on that trip. (Click on the image to see it properly large.)
My son Sean and I were exploring the Olympic Peninsula by car and had visited the Hoh Rain Forest earlier in the day. The rain forest was insanely humid and not a suitable place for camping.
Sean whipped up a tasty dinner of tuna and Raumen noodles.

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