I walked along a few random trails at Mohegan Park up in Norwich today, snapping anything I thought looked promising. This is a fairly good example of how bright, mid-day light can still be completely usable (if not indispensable) when shooting under the forest canopy.
For this one, I made sure the sky wasn’t visible and compensated -2/3 EV; perfect tonal range.
This one’s one of my favorites. During the conversion to black and white I darkened the yellows and lightened the greens to emphasize the contrast on the ferns’ leaves in the foreground.
Here are a couple of cutesy ones.
In this piece, a creative vignette adds drama and depth to an already shallow depth of field.
I love tree bark.
I swear I actually found this lying there, just as it is.