Thoughts and criticism appreciated!
did another location nearby today and came up with this. let me know what you guys think.
From a photography workshop in Iceland, just after sunrise at Reynisfjara beach. My attempt at a minimalist composition to capture the morning light
Canon 5DIII with 24-105L@105mm
f16, 45s, ISO 100
I left the house at 4:15 am, when I arrived the sky was clear, and the stars filled the sky. I set up and began taking a few shots, then the low fog moved in, just enough to catch the light emitted from the lighthouse. I exposed long enough to provide ample time to create the domes.
So yesterday I had a crazy idea. I thought of making a 300km+ trip through the night just to arrive in time for blue hour at Eltz Caste, Germany. As I wasn't planning on staying overnight I needed another driver for the 3.5h journey, so I asked a friend of mine if he'd fancy keeping me company, , fully expecting him to tell me to f* off....
exploring the site of this mornings excursion i almost went in and the gear too. anybody else almost lost there gear to a slip and fall..let me know what you think of this shot too.
Early morning hike on Comet Trails / van Trump Park trail @ Mt. Rainier. Had a great time and liked how these turned out with a longer than usual exposure time (for me). The first is directly above the more often photographed Christine Falls, the latter a bit further up. An amazing trail offering all types of photography opportunities. A...
This is a long exposure of the Hawthorne Bridge in Portland Oregon shot with a fisheye lens. The bridge was closed down for the 100 year celebration and an artist was hired to hang and light the fabric. The headlights are from a slow moving maintenance vehicle moving towards me.
Leo Carrillo off of the Pacific Coast High Way in Malibu, CA. It's my second time here so mainly explored and looked for composition. Came across this beautiful grouping of rocks. Which made for cool long exposure shot.
Recent trip to Sydney, AUS. Darling Harbour. Brought my A7iii and new Tamron 28-75 lens - what a great combination for travel. When traveling for business one of my favorite things to do is leave the hotel and get some night shots.
I was recently in Miami with my wife and though I research popular areas to photograph the skyline I ended up finding this spot which I wasn’t expecting. As an experiment I took the panorama several times over the course of an hour. When I got back only one set had this gorgeous color. I guess there really is a small window of ideal light....