Sharpness can be overrated.

Here is an image from Oak Alley Plantation in Louisiana where I used a tilt-shift lens to make the long row of iconic live oak trees a bit more dreamy and abstract – a sort of deep-fried southern fever dream, if you will.

That plus the normal shots I took looked like everyone else’s, and what fun is that.

Oak Alley Plantation

300 year old live oak trees and entrance to Oak Alley Plantation, Louisiana. Canon 1V. 20mm. Fuji Velvia.