Revisited

Revisited – St. Mary’s Lake | Glacier National Park

This post stems from a new client who contacted me about purchasing a print of my St. Mary’s Lake image for their offices. However, they wanted to see the color version instead of the black and white version that I posted on my blog a few months ago and is currently highlighted within my portfolio on my main site.

So, I happily sent along a proof of the color version to see which direction they wanted to go. And when they selected the color version I went to work to finalize the ‘revisited’ scene. They were also looking for something more ‘panoramic’ so I cropped it with a 1×2 ratio, giving it slight pano feel. Below are the two different versions …

REVISITED IMAGE (Color and cropped with 1×2 ratio) …


St. Mary’s Lake | Color | © Jay Moore Photography

Original edit in black and white …


St. Mary’s Lake | Black & White | © Jay Moore Photography

Print Purchase: If you’re interested in purchasing a photographic print, the image above (and all images posted on my blog) are available in all sizes. Please email be directly through the ‘contact Jay’ link located at the top of the page.


Calla Lily | Still Life – Revisited

Photographing still life is always fun for me, as it gives me an opportunity to experiment with how light falls upon a subject. And recently I extended that experimental mindset to the post processing part of the image, as I revisited one of my calla lily series and developed it within Nik’s Color Efex Pro 4 software. Thus, creating a new type of blog post, ‘Revisited’ … Check back again soon for other images to go through the process.

I wanted to give the final image a softer feel, while keeping both the detail and drama within the scene. Color Efex is a powerful software as it gives you the opportunity to stack several filters on top of each other, giving you full control to create the results you’re looking for. After moving several filters around, I finally got the images to where I had originally envisioned when beginning the revisit edit. For all those curious folks out there, I stacked the following filters in the following order … Fog, Detail Extractor, Bleach Bypass, Polaroid Transfer and Vignette. I then made some slight color and contrast correction back within Lightroom.

Calla Lily #5216 REVISTED

And to give you a few examples how this image changed from start to finish, below are two other examples … The first using a black and white edit and the second being the original file how it was captured.

Calla Lily #5216 Black and White

Calla Lily #5216 Black and White | © Jay Moore Photography

Calla Lily #5216 Original

Calla Lily #5216 Original | © Jay Moore Photography

Print Purchase: If you’re interested in purchasing a photographic print, the image above (and all images posted on my blog) are available in all sizes. Please email be directly through the ‘contact Jay’ link located at the top of the page.