Another image for my new book,
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Had a friend model for me over the weekend. Shot this one through the window of a local coffee shop. Would love some CC.
Would love some CC on this... quick shoot with a friend of mine over the weekend. This wasnt a planned shot just a quick capture.
I love winters in Texas. The sunsets are early but beautiful, the air is crisp, cool, and clear. I visited a pond in Padernales state park in Central Texas and came across this Heron stalking the waters for an evening meal.
I took this picture in Santorini, Greece. I loved the light that day and when I say the church on the island, I realized that I should use it for scale, while also using the island in the distance to balance the image.
Another of the beautiful Leigh Dennison at North Carolina's Looking Glass Falls. From July 2011
Sometimes, our imagination takes us away from basic realities. And we need such a mind journey. So, is this photography depicts reality with a large field of sandy dunes?
Mabry Mill on the Blue Ridge Parkway is a interpretive center for telling and showing about life in the Appalachians before the Parkway was constructed. This gentlemen is an interpreter demonstrating the art of blacksmithing.
These shots were taken very early in the morning. I would like to hear from you about these two shots, which you prefer, both as framing and as post-production?
Thank you so much for your advices :)
Buntzen Lake was formed by the creation of a hydro-electric dam. It is a fantastic recreational hiking area. For whatever reason they didn't log the area first, leaving rotting trees poking out of the water at the south end.
I am open to all critique. I know this is the best way to improve.
I can’t help thinking that Northern lights are made of some kind of magic. It was like green smokes. I am glad I could get the shutter speed fast enough to capture the curtains and the different colors in the shapes.
35mm - f/4 - 2,0s. - ISO 1250
An abandoned vacation home in the old Elkmont community within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (NPS). For many years (before the Park Service took over) the family must have enjoyed many times together in this room that looks out over the Smoky Mountains. Today the sun still shines through dirty windows and sheds light on what was once...