Artist and photographer Bob Cook enjoys "the nerdy side of photography," referring to his night shots and infrared conversion, but he holds to the belief that a photograph should look like a photograph as opposed to digital art where "Photoshop runs wild."
"White Sands Tree"
The stark contrast between the foliage and the sky comes from using an infra-red camera. The scene is in White Sands National Monument in New Mexico.
This 24in x 36in giclee print on canvas is ready to hang.
Please click here to view the full-sized image.
This print is also available as a 16in x 24in giclee print on canvas: see here.
To read more about Bob Cook, see his blog on the Sedona Artist Market website here: