Posted on August 21, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
A classic view of the Tenmile Range from Sapphire Point.
FRISCO —I’ve posted a lot of filtered iPhone shots in the past few months, so I decided it was time to use a few without those special effects. The temptation is always there to use an Instagram filter to lighten the foreground or intensify the sunset colors — the trick sometimes is knowing when NOT to do that.
Sunrise in Frisco Bay.
A thunderstorm developing over Grays and Torreys. After taking this picture, I drove up to Peru Creek and into the storm, where I got hailed on.
Without the instagram filter, the flowers in the foreground didn’t have nearly the depth of color in this version.
Similarly, the iPhone filter really helped brighten the foreground flowers (weeds), adding depth and drama to this spot near Giberson Bay.
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