Life is just too precious to spend all your days and nights sleeping. I sleep 4-6 hours per night so I spend a great deal of time alone during the early morning hours. This helps me to focus. I work out photographic problems and even write some poetry. The following image I took this early morning at 3:14 A.M. and is a 7190 – 4800 TIFF File. I took this shot at ISO 400, 1/125th sec. f/11, 85mm with a Nikon D7200. The only post-processing I did was for clarity’s sake enhance a preliminary enhancement using Anthropic Portrait Pro, shifting gears to PS adding some red and minus some blue converting to B&W. I did a Brightness control, than made a minor adjustment in Hue/Saturation. I don’t know, judge for yourself.
Published by John Gregory Evans
Former US Marine 1971-1972 and PTSD and Spinal Cord Injury Survivor. I am an accomplished poet/photographer for the cause of the individual soul traumatized by the social, economic, religious, theological, jurisprudence, and with an etymologic fire to create a just & caring society. View all posts by John Gregory Evans