I've been learning more and more as I study photography. I am taking an online course to help me improve my skills. Thanks to my online instructor, Sean Arbabi at PPSOP (ppsop.com), I learned a new way to help reduce sun flare. I never thought to try blocking the sun with an element in the scene. In this shot I used the pine tree to partially block the sun. It was windy so I took a number of shots trying to time it correctly to produce the starred sun through the pine branch. The scene was shot at F/22, 1/50th sec at 100 ISO. If we just keep listening and seeking advice we can all learn to become better photographers. We will always be learning throughout our careers. Never be afraid to try something new, your image my surprise you.
Everyday presents a new photo opportunity....keep learning and shoot!
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
|Celly! Hey Celly I'm almost out!|
The 2012 running of the Gunflint Mail Run is over. What a great time we had! The race came together beautifully and 16 teams competed. With a 4 pm start time we prepared ourselves for some great night shooting. Each of us had an idea to try out but Jessica Jasek Nailed it! See her work at www.jasekimages.com
I tried some low light to no light long exposures and got some fun images.
I had a great group of fellow photogs to shoot with and enjoyed shooting alongside them. My thanks to Kit, George, Stephan, and of course Jessica! Great shooting with you and I appreciate your friendships.
|Future Lead Dog....I wanna run with the big dogs!|
|Light Trails: Lead dog and musher lights go surreal with long exposure.|
|Politickin': Ban the" Pebble Mine"|
|A surreal Peter McClelland on the trail.|